I’m selling all of my best whistles at The Irish Flute Store.
On this page I’ll sell seconds that are deeply discounted. I won’t sell whistles that don’t play well, but occasionally (often) a whistle will have a cosmetic flaw such as scratches in the fittings, turning marks on the body, a misshapen tone hole, or a repaired crack. Some have small tuning issues for some players or may need the slide out ~1 cm or more to play in tune.
This is my current stock of seconds:
103 – box and brass – nice player, traditional sound. The slide needs to be out kind of far. $100
123 — box and brass — nice traditional sound. $125
124 – box and brass – nice traditional sound, easy player. [sold]
127 — Burmese blackwood and brass, full rich tone. [sold]
129 — pau ferro and brass — sweet clear sound. [sold]
143 — osage orange and aluminum — nice easy player, has a crack near the bottom. That appeared early in the working and has been stable since. [sold]
130 — Cambodian rosewood and aluminum [sold]
134 – East Indian rosewood and brass – traditional sound, woody, balanced, a little louder than most. [sold]
135 – East Indian rosewood and aluminum – traditional sound, loud, takes some push in the upper octave. [no longer available]
136 – East Indian rosewood and aluminum – nice player, traditional sound, balanced. Slide needs to be out far to play in tune. $100
128 — kingwood and brass. Slide needs to be out pretty far. $100
137 — East Asian rosewood and aluminum. Slide needs to be out very far. $100
C20 — Cambodian rose and aliminum — has some subtle turning marks toward the bottom. Very nice player. [sold]
C19 — East Asian ebony and aluminum — has some turning marks toward the bottom. Very nice player. $100
Top to bottom:
A1 — Flowering dogwood and aluminum. $125
B1 — Flowering dogwood and aluminum. [sold]
AB2 — Purpleheart and aluminum A/Bflat set. $200
AB3 — Purpleheart and aluminum A/Bflat set. [sold]
mail me at: whorfinwoods(at)gmail(dot)com for information or to make a special order.