In 1931, William Teasdale Armstrong, a highly respected craftsman, founded his small flute repair shop in Elkhart, Indiana. Word of his skill and uncompromising commitment to quality quickly spread, and it wasn’t long before he was asked to manufacture instruments for professional musicians. The Armstrong legend was born.

The proud Armstrong heritage passed on to son Edward, who apprenticed under his father and shared his father’s concern for quality. But Edward’s concern for quality went well beyond the crafting of professional-level instruments. He recognized a need to provide quality instruments to a rapidly growing number of students and community musicians. As a result, many flutists began their musical journey playing on an Armstrong.

Strong research and development programs are the heart of Armstrong’s continued dedication to innovation. That dedication brought features like the first curved headjoint that has helped scores of very young flutists learn to play.

Today, the Armstrong flute makers continue to use their expertise to make modifications and new designs that improve the musical instruments they create.

Armstrong enjoys a well-deserved worldwide reputation. Although the brand has grown far larger than William T. Armstrong may have envisioned possible, his original guiding principles are still firmly in place: listen, question, design, test, and continue to craft with the skill of true artisans.
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