Black Alaskan Cedar

Acrylic Black Alaskan Yellow Cedar Flute

Newly completed flute in the Key of D# tuned @ 440 Hz.  This flute is hand crafted by Wyoming Artist Timothy Jennings from Old Growth, First Generation cut Alaskan Yellow Cedar.   The bore on this flute is 1″ in diameter giving this flute a very nice deep D# voice.

Finished both inside and out with the same color black so that no areas show the natural Alaskan Cedar coloring.  Also featured on this flute are hand cut Maple Totem Rails that helps keep the Mustang fetish focused on the cutting edge as well as giving it a signature look that only a hand shaped flute offers.

The Totem or Fetish selected for this flute is my whimsical interpretation of the wild Mustang.  This fetish is completely hand carved and shaped from a solid piece of old growth maple.  This fetish does feature a chimney design so placement is fairly easy to accomplish.

Added accent is a hand cut Elk Antler Cabochon (harvested in Wyoming) with a  Sterling Silver Bezel.  The cabochon is inlaid directly into the top of the flute body giving this flute a true “AUTHENTIC WYOMING” feel.

This flute comes with the stand seen in our featured image, crafted from Old Growth Black Walnut also painted in acrylic black and finished with gloss lacquer.  The red cloth is consistent with the traditional Trade Cloth Red coloring of the past.

Overall length is 28″ long (measured on top) and the playing holes are are spaced at 1 1/8″ apart for the bottom 3 playing holes and the upper three are  set  1 1/16″ apart on center.  There is a 1 1/4″ space between the #3 and #4 holes.  Finally this flute is finished with a high gloss lacquer with more than 25 hand rubbed coats applied. The leather is our hand cut Wyoming Black Bison.  This flute ships with a protective bag. 

Play Acrylic Black Flute Sample

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$785 Plus Shipping.  Shipping within the lower 48 is generally $16.95 FEDEX GROUND.  For other shipping options please contact me.   Call or Text (307) 690-0427 or email me @ sales@jacksonholetim.com.

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Timothy Jennings Award Winning Artist, Photographer

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