We made lots of Signature headjoints last week. Why so many? Well, in addition to the Powell Signature flute, all Powell Sonaré models have Signature headjoints, too! You can read more about these models on our website at https://www.powellflutes.com/flutes
No, it’s not your imagination — these really are Powell flutes submerged in a tub of pink liquid. What are they doing there? Find out in the latest post on our Flute Builder blog at http://www.flutebuilder.com/2013/05/clean-dry-polish.html
We took a peek in the testing office this morning, and look what we found… If you are in the MA area or are stopping through, you can always come out to try flutes, piccolos, and headjoints. Can’t make it? Well, you can still schedule a trial - https://www.powellflutes.com/schedule-trial
If you read our blog post last week on the anti-tarnish squares and would like some for yourself, they are now in the VQP Shop! Take a look at https://www.powellflutes.com/vqpshop/polishing-cloths-swabs-and-anti-tarnish-supplies/anti-tarnish-foam-squares
If you guessed “Signature headjoint” on yesterday’s photo quiz, you are correct! For those who guessed an alto headjoint, we know it was a bit hard to tell. Luckily, there was an alto headjoint next to the group of Signature headjoints…
Looks like the shop has been busy this morning making even more headjoints… Can you tell what type they are?
Have you seen this little square sponge in Powell cases? Ever wonder what it is for? Find out more in the latest post on our repair blog at http://www.repairmyflute.com/2013/05/the-anti-tarnish-square.html