Kona Tinted Pacific Northwest Cedar Native American Flutes with Flying Eagle Blo
Kona Tinted Pacific Northwest Cedar Native American Flutes - handcrafted by traditional flute maker and artist, Charles Littleleaf, of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, Central Oregon, USA
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'Pacific Northwest Cedar Flutes deliver a warm, rich voice with hypnotic resonating tones. These instruments can be played softly yet are capable of producing full volume with exceptional clarity and response.
Each flute I create is guaranteed to be musician quality and suitable for studio recordings or performances. You will never experience airiness or note sensitivity from any of my instruments, and they'll always deliver a warm, clear, resonating voice. Mid range keys are ideal for all levels of players, including for those who are just starting out on their musical journey. Low range keys are recommended for intermediate and advanced players, or for folks who have larger sized hands. As an added benefit for my customers, and especially for beginning flute players, each flute will come with beveled finger holes for maximum playing comfort.
These instruments are available on commission and will require some time to construct, so please allow me (+/-) 30 business days ship your package. Your Native American flute will be near exact to what is presented here in our featured photos.
My customers' satisfaction is always top priority to me so please know that my work is fully guaranteed.'
- Warm, rich, haunting tones
- Superior comfort in playing / handling
- Flute crafted from Pacific NW Cedar with Kona tinting
- Flying Eagle block: Poplar Burl with Turquoise inlay
- Flute lengths vary from 23 inches to 31 inches, depending on range/key
- Purchase includes Sunburst Flute & Wood Polishing Kit
- Flutes are signed, keyed and dated by the artist