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Bundy BFL-300 Flute Closed Hole, Offset G, C Foot 

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Bundy is one of the most familiar student model wind instruments, and the Bundy BFL-300 is is a fine option for anyone considering a student flute. B...Read More

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A staple of band programs for beginning flute players.

Bundy is one of the most familiar student model wind instruments, and the Bundy BFL-300 is is a fine option for anyone considering a student flute. Bundy dominated the school wind instrument market beginning in the 1960s and Bundy remains a dominant player today.

Bundy's construction and design are born of a culture of fine instrument manufacturing. The attention to detail present in Bundy BFL-300 silver-plated flute makes it a superb choice for new players. The BFL-300 is made with a plateau-style keys and an offset G key for maximum playability, especially for young musicians whose hands might have trouble managing many standard flute design concepts.

For the beginning flute player, the Bundy BFL-300 is an excellent value. The design of this flute helps it produce a sweet, dark tone, while the stainless steel springs help it stay adjusted. The silver-plated finish not only looks nice but is very durable as well.

FEATURES
  • Premium-quality double skin pads
  • Stainless steel screw mechanism

SPECIFICATIONS

BFL-300 Flute

  • Model Number: BFL-300
  • Key: C
  • Key Style: Plateau (Closed Hole)
  • Key System: Offset G
  • Body Finish: Silver-plated
  • Key Finish: Silver-plated
  • Headjoint, Body, and Footjoint Material: Nickel
  • Key Arm Type: Y-arms
  • Foot Joint: C-foot
  • Case: ABS Plastic Case
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BundyBFL-300 Flute
 
3.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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1.0

Disgraceful Item

By Know'sHisStuff

from Flapjack, Idaho

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Constistently Bad
  • Parts

Cons

  • No Quality Control
  • Poor Quality
  • Requires Adjustment Often

Best Uses

  • Parts

Comments about Bundy BFL-300 Flute:

Forty five years professional instrument repair tech.
Pads are too thick and only work for a short period of time. Once they lose their factory seating they must be reworked, shimmed, or replaced to function.
Factory trick on these and other cheap imports. Use over size pads, moisten, heat and clamp down tightly creating a deep seat in the pad's felt interior. Adjusted at the factory to play. Once the felt regains some shape the seat fails creating a bulky, spongy, feel, striking at the rear of the tonehole. Here's a tip. For the same money buy a name brand Gemienhardt, Yamaha, etc used that has been refurbished for the same money.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

very nice

By angel

from youngstown ohio

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Easy To Play
  • Rich Sound
  • Warm Tone

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Accompaniment
    • School Bands

    Comments about Bundy BFL-300 Flute:

    I was just starting band in 5th grade and my moms friend had a old flute from her high school years. it was a bundy it needed fixed up,but after I got it back from the repair shop it was so nice.It played nice to.I just played my 2nd solo today and it was so nice. Very good insterment.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Bundy a Good Flute

    By Flute Lover

    from York, PA

    About Me Novice

    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Accompaniment
        • School Bands

        Comments about Bundy BFL-300 Flute:

        I am really happy with my decision of buying this Bundy flute which is really good for a new student and it's not expensive in comparison with others flutes.

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        (11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Don't waste your money..

        By Mom to 3 Army Brats

        from Wherever the military sends us

        Comments about Bundy BFL-300 Flute:

        I've played flute for many years, and my kids decided they'd like to learn it as well. I decided that Bundy was an affordable brand for them to start out on. The Bundy flute lasted about a month before the sound started to seem off, and the tone was not holding well, even when their instructor would try to play it. We took it to a repairshop who basically told us that the instrument was so poorly made we should just dispose of it. I took it to another, who could not find what was wrong with it, although it still was not performing up to standard.I bought my daughter a student model Gemeinhardt instead, and it has far exceeded the quality of the Bundy. I would never buy one of these again, and I would strongly urge others to investigate a different brand.

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