F#m Brazilian Tulipwood Flute With End Caps & Inlays

Brazilian Tulip Wood Native American Style Flute by Laughing Crow

Brazilian Tulipwood

Left Hand View

Brazilian Tulip Wood Native American Style Flute by Laughing Crow

Brazilian Tulipwood

Right Hand View

Tulipwood grows in Northeastern Brazil. The trees are small and finding squares big enough to make flutes with is a challenge. It is a hard wood, like Rosewood. Very heavy and somewhat oily. It makes a great tone wood since it is so dense and hard. The spacers are Walnut and the center pieces of the end caps are Curly Mango. The top is inlaid with marquetry and round Turquoise cabochons. The bird is Rosewood.

This flute has a nice, round, woody tone and plays easily. This particular piece of wood has been drying in my shop for quite a few years, now. It's hard to find and quite pricey. However, it makes a fabulous tone wood and is naturally beautiful.

Measurements for this F#m Brazilian Tulipwood Flute:

  • Overall Length=22 3/4"

  • Diameter=1 3/16"

  • Mouthpiece to First Hole=12 1/2"

  • Mouthpiece to Last Hole=16 1/2"

  • Farthest Hole Spacing (last two holes)=1 3/8"

  • Bore Size=1"

  • Finger Hole Diameter=5/16"

Purchase this Brazilian Tulipwood F#m Flute with End Caps and Inlays

$495.00

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F#m Brazilian Tulipwood Flute With End Caps & Inlays

Brazilian Tulip Wood Native American Style Flute by Laughing Crow

Brazilian Tulipwood Flute

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Brazilian Tulip Wood Native American Style Flute by Laughing Crow

Brazilian Tulipwood Flute

Mouthpiece Detail