So you just got your new flute. Now what? This page has steps for getting started, learning to play and instructions for flute care!
Getting Started in 1, 2, 3
Caring For Your Flute
Taking care of your Singing Tree Flutes is easy! You don't need to do a lot to keep them happy and healthy.
The varnish we put on our flutes protects the wood, so there is not a regular need to oil your flutes. If you think your flute is drying out, you can oil it with a nut oil like walnut oil, avoid olive oil as it can go rancid!
If you find yourself playing for extended periods of time (30 minutes or more), you might experience "wet out". This is when condensation builds up in the sound chamber and affects the sound. Simply remove the fetish, turn your flute upside down and let it dry out before playing again.
Flute needs an extra coat of varnish? Some repairs? Send us a message and we will do our best to repair it!
Learning to Play
Learn to play the basics with Miguel in this easy video. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos and tips! If you want further instruction, scroll down to purchase a fantastic instructional book. Tommy Graven is a wonderful teacher offering private and group lessons & Jonny Lipford is also an excellent resource for NAF lessons and workshops.