- Sol (G) Tulip wood native american flute
- Samanguila wood totem.
- Minor pentatonic scale. 432Hz.
- Listen to her sound without filters at: Sol (G) Tulip wood native american flute
- During shipping, the totem may move. The position of the totem can affect the sound quality. It is important to adjust the position millimeter up millimeter down until you get the best sound.
- At first it is normal that beginners do not get the best sound. You have to be patient and practice blowing very gently. There are video tutorials on youtube.
- If you are a beginner I recommend you ask before buying.
- For the maintenance of the flute you can use oils, for example, almond oil. You can introduce the oil through the mouthpiece and you can also use a sponge with a piece of sandpaper bamboo to introduce the sponge from the back to lubricate the flute completely. You must be especially careful in this process so as not to leave the used sponge inside, as it can be difficult to remove it.
- From time to time it is also recommended to remove the totem and clean the air channel with a cotton swab dipped in oil, wait about 20 minutes. It is also recommended to clean the lower part of the totem with oil and let it rest for about 20 minutes. After this time you should clean both the air channel and the totem with toilet paper to finally place it on the flute. flauto nativo americano, flûte amérindienne, Flöte der amerikanischen Ureinwohner