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View our 2-minute video to get a quick look at some of the flute styles and woods and to experience the rich mellow sound of the cedar flute. The first thing you’ll notice about your Native American flute is its exquisite visual beauty. The moment you first blow into your flute, you realize you’re making a sound that people resonate with deeply.
When you slide your flute out of the soft cloth bag, your hands experience the smoothest of smooth surfaces as well as the contours and heft all its own that you’ll come to know intimately. When you take in your flute’s aroma, you’ll notice one “note” comes from the type of wood your flute is made of and another “note” tells of the pleasant, natural finish. The combination of the wood chosen for its character and color, the shape and decorations will not only please your aesthetic sensibility, but make you the joyful owner of a visually appealing musical instrument.
Your flute will taste neutral and a neutral taste is a great flavor compared to a bad taste.