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High Spirits One-Inch Bore Bass Flute - Key of E - Ebonized Walnut

The One-Inch Bore Condor Bass flute, tuned in the key of 'E' minor, is designed for individuals with smaller hands. This flute has reduced fingering hole dimensions and a shorter length, making it an excellent choice for those eager to explore the depths of a bass flute's resonance while finding the traditional larger holes, bore size, and length of standard bass flutes challenging.

The Ebonised Walnut flutes are handcrafted from Walnut wood, they undergo a meticulous, multi-step ebonisation process. This involves multiple immersions and the careful application of non-toxic oils, resulting in a stunning final appearance, adorned it with ornamental Turquoise cabochons, and a crisp, clear, and precisely defined sound.

This flute harmoniously complements our 'E' minor key flute collection, especially the High Spirits high-tone variations. With a length of approximately 23 inches (58 cm), it's an ideal balance between size and resonance.

Featuring six holes, this flute comes equipped with a leather hole cover, as depicted in the product images. Placing the cover on the third hole from the top facilitates a more accessible learning experience. The leather hole cover can be effortlessly untied and removed, offering the flexibility to play the instrument as either a five-hole or six-hole flute.

Learn more about Ebonised Walnut: Ebonisation, a technique widely employed in the early 20th century, was developed to mimic the appearance of genuine Ebony wood in furniture, eliminating the associated high cost. Unlike staining, ebonization deeply permeates the wood fibers, transforming brown Walnut wood into a stunning counterpart to black Ebony wood.

Size: 58 cm in length (23 inches)

Sale price$515.00



Each flute is eligible for our free “Beginner/ Intermediate How-To-Play” instruction, which includes an instructional booklet with fingering charts. 

You can also get an online version and download it by clicking the link just below. 


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