ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI – P. Mauriat is happy to announce its new intermediate line of flutes, just in time for the 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California.
“The P. Mauriat name is synonymous with a great experience for any developing player,” says Craig Denny, Vice President – Band and Orchestra at St. Louis Music. “The new line of flutes from P. Mauriat is no exception. They sound rich, vibrant, and give players what they have come to expect from the brand: exceptional value.”
Featuring 3 different models, P. Mauriat flutes all come standard with an E mechanism, Offset G key, and top adjusting screws. The 781 model features a solid .925 silver body and headjoint with soldered tone holes. The 681 features a solid body and headjoint in all .925 solid silver with drawn tone holes, and the 581 model employs a plated body with a .925 solid silver headjoint, also with drawn tone holes.
Dealers are encouraged to visit the P. Mauriat booth (#8528) at the Winter NAMM show to experience the new P. Mauriat line of flutes for themselves. To learn more or to become a P. Mauriat dealer please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-727-4512.
[Pictured: P. Mauriat PFL781RBEO Flute]
St. Louis Music/U.S. Band & Orchestra is one of the largest general distributors of musical instruments and accessories in North America. SLM is the owner of Alvarez, Austin and Sigma Guitars, Knilling String Instruments, E.K. Blessing, Zonda Brasswinds and Reeds and Hamilton stands. The company is also the exclusive USA distributor of Dixon Drums and Hardware, P. Mauriat Brass and Woodwinds, and Antigua Wind Instruments. SLM distributes over 250 brands of accessories to music stores across the USA.