Trevor James Cantabile Review

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biberstrub's review of Trevor James Cantabile

★★★★★

“Overall, a darn nice flute. In my opinion, the solid...”

Written on: 02/01/2009 by biberstrub (2 reviews written)

Good Points
This flute is really beautiful in its details, specifically at the joints. It has a good tone that sounds better and better as playing improves. Trevor James was unknown to me when I was introduced to this flute, but next to better-known brands like Yamaha and Gemeinhardt, its clear sweet tone wins hands down.

Bad Points
Hard to find any. The Cantabile that I have is 10 years old, and plays wonderfully with only 1 repad in that time. I hear rumors that more recent Trevor James flutes are built in Asia with the usual sacrifice to quality. But judge for yourself.

General Comments
Overall, a darn nice flute. In my opinion, the solid silver headjoint is a must have, even for a beginner. You can appreciate a good tone from the start, without paying a premium "step up" price. I would have to say that the value for the money is hard to beat.

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Dizi38's Response to biberstrub's Review

Written on: 07/01/2013

Hi, Anyone compared this to an Altus 907, 1007 and/or Yammie of same range?

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