Quality, handcrafted Native style flutes for the new player or professional.
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If you are purchasing your first flute, I highly recommend purchasing an Am or Gm. All flutes have the same basic fingering patterns. The Am and Gm are recommended because they are a comfortable size for most people. If you are a first-time flute player it is easier to become successful with a flute that fits you physically.
You may want to check out the notes at the bottom of this page.
Note about nomenclature - Since most flutes are in a minor key, the reference to minor is usually dropped by flute enthusiasts. i.e. Typically an F sharp minor flute would be designated by "F#".
Return Policy - I have a 30 day no questions asked return policy, providing the return item is not damaged. If you are returning a flute as an exchange for another flute, please do not order a different flute before contacting me (816)217-9896 or by email, so we can work out the shipping and credit details.
Repair & tune policy - If you flute becomes damaged or cracks I will repair it at no charge. The policy is you pay the shipping to me and I will pay shipping to return it to you.
Table of flute ranges - There are many different nomenclatures specifying flute keys. Below explains how I specify flute keys and ranges.
Baritone = Low Toned =E 3rd octave to B 3rd octave Note: Flutes lower than E3 exist they are huge and extremely difficult to play because of hole spacing and size.
Tennor = Medium Toned = C 4th octave to B 4th octave
Alto = High Toned = C 5th octave to B 5th octave
Soprano = Very High Toned = C 6th octave to B 6th octave - Not many exist. I would classify those that do as whistles due to there very small size.