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1   Link   Greg Jones Flutes
Flutes by San Soo master Greg Jones. Greg makes flutes that soar above the ordinary in both sound and visual appearance. His work is amazing.
2   Link   Russ Wolf Flutes
My flutes are what most people call woodlands style. Clear tones, little to no back pressure, not easily over blown, a great durable finish and they typically don't wet out quickly. With 15 years of flute making experience, it is my goal to provide a range of quality flutes at affordable prices.
3   Link   Cherry Cows Flutes
The purpose of this website is to introduce you to the ki-e-ta Flute Making Manual. Click on the Flute Making Manual button above. Then take a look at the Testimonials page about the ki-e-ta Flute Making Manual. If you have never made a flute before, this is the best instruction you will ever find. If you have made flutes before, I guarantee you will find several useful tips and ideas that you have not used before.
4   Link   Querencia Woodwinds
Rich Halliburton is a Native American-style flute builder/performer, and member of The International Native American Flute Association.

A few words about Rich's journey:
"Creating large bore, short barrel flutes, experimenting with ten to fifteen different woods, in search of clarity, volume, and beauty. Creating an instrument with these characteristics ... out of a stick ... has become a passion, and I have come to appreciate and understand the unique attributes of every wood I use. Encouragement from family, friends, builders and collectors has prompted me to continue on this path."
5   Link   The original flute bag store
Each Original Flute Bag is hand crafted and custom sewn in our small shop in Bellbrook Ohio, and is made as if it were for our own.
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