Here's a beautiful alternating drone flute with a sweet sound and eye catching design. It is made of limba wood. The end caps and sound blocks are of gorgeous gabon ebony. This style drone is my all time favorite! It has a pinky hole that allows the flute to drone at the fifth of the scale when uncovered. Making alternating drones in these lower keys was very rare in the past for Singing Tree Flutes, but we have mastered how to tune them in 7/8"and 1" bore as well. This is one is a real winner! The bear themed woodburn at, with medicine wheel and eagle feather really pops with the addition of the ebony accents, and the haunting 432 Hz tuning sounds fabulous with this piece! I especially like how the high octave F# of the drone side, flips easily while playing melodies to add sweet and fluid transitions.
SPECS: Concert tuned to a F sharp NAF minor, 432 hrtz ---Length is 22 1/2", with a 7/8" Bore--- Maximum finger spacing is 1 3/8"( Holes 3 and 4, center to center of holes)--- Distance From Mouth Piece to First Hole = 16 1/2"