Many people try the Samperi flute and fall in love with it. But, what is the Samperi flute exactly? Who makes it? Where does it come from?
Well, here it is.
Eastman Strings owns Haynes Flutes and they’re the ones that make, among others, the Haynes Amadeus and Samperi flutes.
You may have seen the the Samperi flute at Eppler Music (Seattle, WA), Lewis Music (Mineola, NY) and Chuck Levin’s Washington Music Center (Wheaton, MD). By the way, purchase a Samperi flute from any of these stores and receive a free yearly servicing ($290 value) from us!
Back in the day, owner of Weissman Music and flutemaker, Jeff Weissman, wanted to honor his friend by creating this responsive and colorful flute. So, he contacted his pals at Haynes and voila — the Samperi flute was born.
Compare this flute to the Haynes Amadeus to see which sound you like better. While made by the same company, each model is unique and has its own special qualities. We love BOTH flutes for different reasons!
One big difference is in the price — since there is no “middle man,” we can afford to pass the savings to you. Take a look at the price comparison chart below.
Try a Samperi flute today for free! That means no charge for trial shipping. Contact us at email@example.com or 917-952-0702.
All silver plated.
Amadeus AF580 is $1,200 and has sterling silver lip plate and riser.
Sterling silver headjoint with plated body and keys.
Amadeus AF 680 is $1,640 with the same specs.
Sterling silver body with plated keys, C# trill key, D# roller and 14kt gold riser.
Amadeus AF 780 is $2,960 and does not offer the C# trill key and D# roller.
Amadeus AF 900 is $4,360 with the same specs.