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Hybrid Warbling Flute
Two flutes in one

Hybrid Warbling FluteTim Blueflint is a tribal enrolled Bad River Chippewa/Comanche who, realizing the beauty and honor of his Native American heritage, has been steadfastly dedicated to the preservation of the traditions and arts of his ancestors in accordance to the ongoing teachings and tutelage he has received from his “Sure-Enough” Grandmother, Blackstar (Comanche), a Holy Woman for her People and renowned silversmith. He is proud to continue the tradition of making Native American flutes and sharing them with you.

One of the best opportunities of the INAFA convention is to meet flute makers and see their products. The 2010 convention was no exception. We got the chance to see and play Tim’s new Shades of Rez Hybrid flute and loved the two flutes in one concept that he developed. Pull the bird back a little and you have a standard Native American Flute, push the bird forward and you have a Southern Plains Warbling Flute! This flute is perfect for those just starting their flute journey or for those who like to take their flutes outdoors. They are a blend of PVC with a hardwood mouthpiece and bird perfectly tuned in the key of A. The nature of the construction of this flute provides a great travel flute. It can be left in the car, thrown in a backpack or boat without the worry of damaging it, yet still gives a traditional look and feel, crystal clear voice and spot on tuning into the upper octave of a more expensive flute costing hundreds of dollars. Comes with a protective fleece bag.
 
To hear a demo of the Shades of Rez Hybrid Flute visit here: Shades of Rez Hybrid Flute Price: $130.00

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Regarding your cases. I had chance to see a 4" diameter case from
FLutecase.com. It was made well, but i did not care for the fleece
lining (it puts fuzzy things on your flute socks) or the weight. That case
was heavy! Plus I like the design where one can remove/unsnap the shoulder strap. The Flutecase.com bag had the shoulder strap sewn on. Also, the top zip lid had to be peeled upward to do the zipping, it then had to be peeled down and had two velcro tabs to keep it there. I much prefer your method of the lid being sewn on and lipped over.
Its simply more fitted/finished looking. Everyone who has chance to see any of my Oregon flute store cases has to touch them. They simply stare and keep talking about how nice they are and how cute or neat it is (the Hummingbird).
Just a small pat on the back.
Thankyou for being in business

~Daryl Crisp
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We offer flutes crafted by several flute makers. Some are Native; Some are not. We do not claim to be affiliated with a Native American Tribe. Some of our flutes are considered to be Native American Style Flutes. Not all our instruments and accessories are being made by tribal recognized Native American Indians. We will indicate in the product description if the item is Native made. Please visit The Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 for more information on this issue. 
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