|Left to right: Silver and Aurumite 9k Handmade Conservatory flutes|
The Powell Signature and Conservatory flutes are two of our most popular models, so we are often asked, "What is the difference between them?" There are just a few differences, so we wanted to help answer that question...
From the "top down," the Signature and Conservatory flutes differ in the following ways:
1) Headjoint - Signature flutes have a Signature headjoint, and Conservatory flutes have your choice of one of three Custom styles: Soloist, Philharmonic, Venti
2) Body - Signature flutes have sterling silver bodies. For Conservatory flutes, you have the option of a sterling silver or Aurumite 9k body.
3) Mechanism - There is a pinned mechanism on the Signature and a pinless mechanism on the Conservatory.
4) Adjustments - Signature flutes have adjusting screws, and Conservatory flutes have paper adjustments. Click here to read or previous post on adjustments, "Very Fine Adjustments."
That's all there is to it -- just a few differences. Have you tried the Signature? Conservatory? Since there are two body options for the Conservatory, make sure to try the silver and the Aurunite 9k if you can! Also, we have links with additional specs on our website - click here for Signature and here for Conservatory.
|Conservatory - Silver|
|Conservatory - Aurumite 9k|
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