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lovelash

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It does take some time for one to settle with a flute, not sure the differences are so clear in a 2 minute test, but they are very clear if you play for an hour and feel the ease with which a better quality flute responds. 
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Hey, yes you are right man, even I had the same doubt, after testing finally figured it out.

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shanky717

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I've been practicing flute since one year, At starting I bought a simple basuri from a Instrument store. After some time I realised that basuri was playing diffrent notes or it was untuned. And after reaserch I've  come to the decision that "Punam flutes by Subhash Thakur is the best you can get if you don't have time to search for the best flute for yourself.
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shanky717

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I started learning flute a year ago and now  I can play raag hanshdhwani and raag bhupali with pure emotions which is very soothing for the mind. Though at the starting I faced some problems because when you start learning flute the basic knowldge of music should be known by you and if not then you wont be able to play the exact emotions of the raag or any songs... so with the flute  i also started learning music which was very helpful and also it gave me some more thought about the basics and history of music of India.
By doing all that I started collecting all the basic data required for the basic of music which you can check by searching " Indian music by musicmynk". cinema_course_3_image.jpeg 

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