Native American style flutes by Laughing Crow
Flutes in the Native American Style created by a musician for the musician.
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Now, doesn't this look more comfortable than stretching your arms as far as
they'll go to play a really big flute?
Introducing the "Side Blown" N.A. flute for a more comfortable
playing position with a large bass flute. Still the same principal as
the end-blown N.A. flute. No complicated embouchure is required. This
design is available for the larger flutes upon request. Extra charge may
This Bass A flute is made from what was a single piece of eight
quarter Mesquite. The wood came up from Mexico, as trees big enough to
obtain a piece of Mesquite this clear are almost impossible to find in
this country any more. The tree was harvested after it had completed
an extremely long life span.
This unique bass flute is constructed from Mesquite with Bubinga end caps, a Walnut
mouthpiece and an Eastern Cedar bird and Turquoise cabs added to accent
the natural beauty of the wood. It is finished with ten coats of Marine
Spar Varnish to protect the wood from moisture and UV rays.
It possesses a a deep, resonant tone and is very forgiving, unlike
some bass flutes that require diligence with breath control. If you've
been wanting a Bass Flute, but just didn't have the arms for it, this
could be the answer. The finger spacing remains the same as with my
other standard Paduak Bass A flute. It's a BIG flute. Not for small
hands. Finger holes are 1 5/8" apart to 1 1/4" apart.
However, the flute is much more comfortable to hold and the contoured
spacing of the finger holes make them much more easy to seal. (For
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