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Choosing A Native American Cedar Flute

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 1 0

Buy Genuine Cedar Flutes From Native Americans

Native American Cedar Flutes make a soft, smooth sound that symbolizes peace and enhances relaxation. There are many places to buy cedar flutes online. Some of these flutes are made by Native Americans, while many other flutes are not. If you are looking for a Genuine Native American Flute, you will need to research the online store that you plan to buy from to ensure that you are receiving a genuine wind instrument. It might also be a good idea to see where the proceeds of the flute sale will be distributed. There are many different types of cedar flutes that come in a variety of finishes and quality. Some flutes are finished with a glaze or stain, while others are left in their natural wood finish. Cedar flutes not only sound great, they also smell wonderful. The natural aroma of cedar naturally permeates the flute and helps enhance the musical experience.

For those who collect flutes, it is easy to tell the quality of the flute by listening to the sounds that it makes. There is a huge difference between an imitation instrument and a genuine Native American made cedar flute. Flute acoustics can vary widely; if you are a serious flute player you should inquire how the flutes are adjusted before they are put up for sale. The spacing of the holes in the flute and other factors can greatly affect the sound and music that is created by the flute. The flute sound chamber will also have a great affect of the acoustic quality and pitch.

You can also buy custom totems online if you already own a flute and would like to update its appearance. The totem goes on top of the flute and will affect the pitch of the flute. Flute totems come in a variety of different shapes, usually animals that can signify different things depending on their meaning. A bear is a popular choice for a totem, as is a turtle. The type of totem that is made with each cedar flute may vary; be sure to ask if you have a special totem request that you would like fulfilled along with your order. Most custom cedar flutes can be made with additional adornments, such as beads or feathers if you would like to have a decorated flute.

Cedar wood is a soft wood that is naturally aromatic. This is part of the appeal of these flutes, in addition to their natural beauty. Many people assume that a cedar flute is one solid piece of wood that has been drilled in the middle. This is a common misconception among flute enthusiasts. In reality, the flute is made up of two hollowed out halves of wood and then they are glued together. If this is done properly, it is nearly impossible to find the line where the two pieces of wood meet. This is an indicator of a high quality flute and should be verified upon receipt of your instrument. Most high quality instruments will come with a certificate of authenticity that you should retain for your records.

Many Native Americans who make cedar flutes use dead fallen wood to make these flutes as a way of giving the dead wood new life. This also helps to conserve natural resources in the forest, which is always good for our environment. If you are unsure, ask any prospective flute manufacturers where they obtain their wood for the flutes; the answer you get just may surprise you.

If you are looking for cedar flutes, try to find flutes on sale to help you save money. If the environment is important to you, don't hesitate to ask questions about the instrument that you are interested in before you make your purchase. Native American Flutes are a beautiful collector's item that can last for many years if cared for properly.

Cedar Flutes

Cedar flutes are aromatic and beautiful.



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