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Native American style flutes in the key of G have a mellow,
soothing voice. This is our most popular key of flute because it has a low
voice, but it is small enough that most people can easily play it. G is a great
key for a beginner flute player.

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Polar fleece carrying case for a Native American style flute A Native American style flute in the key of G, made from Alaskan Cedar A Native American style flute in the key of G, made from wood
Carrying Case
Our Price: $19.95

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#2046 Alaskan Cedar G
Our Price: $175.00
#3312 Manni G
Our Price: $185.00
Sale Price: $175.00
Savings: $10.00

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!

This flute is made out of a bright yellow piece of Alaskan cedar. It has a warm and soothing quality to it's voice.



This flute is made from a piece of manni wood that was salvaged from an old abandon warehouse. It has a really interesting tight grain pattern and a lovely sunset gradient of color up one side. It's voice is smooth and resonant.



A Native American style flute in the key of G, made from Oak A Native American style flute in the key of G, made from Curly Maple
#1534 Oak G
Our Price: $185.00
#2142 Curly Maple G
Our Price: $245.00
This flute is made out of a beautiful piece of oak. This wood is left over from my fathers cabinet making days long before he was a flute maker. It has a lovely strong grain pattern. The flutes voice is strong and clear.



This flute has a mellow and sweet voice. it's made out of a beautiful, highly figured piece of maple. The wood grain moves and shimmers in the light.