Sonare Flute

Quick Facts about Sonare Flutes

Sonare may not be as well known as some of the other musical instrument companies, such as Yamaha and Gemeinhardt, but they produce good quality flutes as decent prices. Beginner players may feel more comfortable with a different brand, but intermediate and even professional players can find a good Sonare flute that works for them.

Sonare strives to create high quality sound in their flutes by partnering with other companies, such as Powell flutes. They generally pair expensive, high quality headjoints with a lower quality body. This leads to a great sound thanks to the headjoint, and a lower price tag due to the body. If you're looking for a professional sounding flute at a great price, Sonare makes that possible. However, if you want a high quality flute all around and price is no option, you may want to look into other, more expensive companies. Because their flutes are created this way they are ideal for intermediate and more serious players, and even some professionals. While Sonare flutes can work for beginner players as well, other companies that cater to beginners may be a better way to go for those just starting out.

There are occasionally quality issues with the manufacturing of Sonares, due to the company changing hands several times and the importing of the bodies of the flutes from various places. However, in more recent years they have become a bit more reliable. In general they are known to have a big, bright, edgy sound and tone quality to them, so if you are looking into the intricacies of tone Sonare may be a good choice, depending on your tastes. The ease of playing may not be as high as with some of the other brands that cater to beginners, but those that are more concerned about tone tend to like Sonare.

Sonare flutes are designed so that they can be affordable to intermediate players, though they aren't quite the bargain that some of the beginner companies offer. If you're looking at a basic flute in their 500 series, you can be looking at a price from $700-1,000. The Powell Sonare Flute intermediate model can go for anywhere from $1,000-$2,000, with their top of the line professional 700 series costing $2,200 or more.  They also offer a Sonare Alto Flute, you should check out some Sonare Flute reviews.

The bottom line about Sonare flutes is that they are a good flutes for intermediate and semi-serious players looking for a great sound, and even for professionals who need a bargain. However, if you're a true beginner or a professional with a bigger budget, you may want to consider other companies besides Sonare first.  Again, you might want to take some time to read a Sonair Flute review.

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New Powell Sonare 501 Silver Flute InLine G B Foot


New Powell Sonare 501 Silver Flute InLine G B Foot

$999.99

Vernie Q Powell Sonare SF 7000 Flute w Powell Signature silver Head joint


Vernie Q Powell Sonare SF 7000 Flute w Powell Signature silver Head joint

$2,200.00

New Powell Sonare 501 Silver Flute Offset G B Foot


New Powell Sonare 501 Silver Flute Offset G B Foot

$1,199.99

LIKE NEW Silver Powell Sonare B Foot Advanced Flute


LIKE NEW Silver Powell Sonare B Foot Advanced Flute

$2,195.00

Sonare SF301 Student Flute Silver Plated with Case


Sonare SF301 Student Flute Silver Plated with Case

$175.00

Lillian Burkart Sonare 787 Handmade Sterling Silver Flute Headjoint


Lillian Burkart Sonare 787 Handmade Sterling Silver Flute Headjoint

$1,100.00

Powell Sf 5000 H Sonare


Powell Sf 5000 H Sonare

$1,020.00

Powell Sonare PS 51 BOF Flute


Powell Sonare PS 51 BOF Flute

$1,299.99

POWELL SONARE 705 Flute Brand New Sterling Silver


POWELL SONARE 705 Flute Brand New Sterling Silver

$2,399.00

VERNE POWELL Sonare SF 501 Flute With Box Case MINT


VERNE  POWELL Sonare SF 501 Flute With Box  Case MINT

$1,500.00

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