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About Stellar Basic Flutes
Our Basic Native American style flutes are a wonderful place to start if you are a beginner flute player. Their simple design makes them more affordable then our Premiere flutes, but they have the same concert quality voice.

They come in three keys which are all suitable for first time flute players, the key of A, the key of G and the key of F#. The key of A is the smallest highest pitched of the three keys, the F# is the largest and lowest. If you have small or inflexable hands, or if you are looking for a flute for a child, the key of A is a wonderful choice. Otherwise, most people can comfortable play all three keys with a little practice. Click on the links to the diffrent keys below to watch videos of each being played!

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Gift Ceritifcate Polar fleece carrying case for a Native American style flute a basic flute in the key of G
Carrying Case
Our Price: $19.95

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Painter Flute key of G -SALE
Our Price: $75.00

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Now you can give the gift of music to your loved one or friend and let them choose their own flute or flute making kit!

Don’t forget to protect your flute! Our carrying cases are
hand made out of black polar fleece with a nylon shoulder strap and cinch  closure.  If you are buying this case for a flute you already have, please note what key your flute is in the comment section of your order so we will know what size you need. If you are buying a case for a flute made by a diffrent flute maker, please let us know what legnth your flute is.



They are great for carrying
and protecting your flute!

What is a painter?

A painter is a flute that has a visible flaw that doesn’t affect the voice or the structural stability of the flute such as a worm hole or a stabilized crack. These flutes are still perfectly good, but might not be the prettiest of the bunch, that’s why we call them painters! You can paint these flutes or wood burn to hide the flaw and no one will know the difference.


This flute is 23 ½ inches long with a 7/8 inch bore. The fingering holes are (from center to center) approximately 1 1/8 inch apart. The distance from the mouth end of the flute to the first finger hole is approximately 10 1/8 inches.

A cedar Native American style flute in the key of G A cedar native american style flute in the key of A A cedar native american style flute in the key of A
Our natural light cedar flutes are light blond colored western red cedar that is usually paired with a darker block for contrast. Our natural light cedar flutes are light blond colored western red cedar that is usually paired with a darker block for contrast. Our natural heartwood cedar flutes are made from unstained western red cedar heartwood and come in a wide range of warm brown colors.
A cedar Native American style flute in the key of G A cedar Native American style flute in the key of F# A cedar Native American style flute in the key of F#
Our natural heartwood cedar flutes are made from unstained western red cedar heartwood and come in a wide range of warm brown colors. Our natural light cedar flutes are light blond colored western red cedar that is usually paired with a darker block for contrast. Our natural heartwood cedar flutes are made from unstained western red cedar heartwood and come in a wide range of warm brown colors.
A cedar native american style flute in the key of A A cedar Native American style flute in the key of F#
Our dark stained cedar flutes have a homemade stain applied to darken the wood and give it a weathered, aged look. They will have a lighter colored block to contrast, and are signed with gold ink on the back. Our dark stained cedar flutes have a homemade stain applied to darken the wood and give it a weathered, aged look. They will have a lighter colored block to contrast, and are signed with gold ink on the back.