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Making the Native American Style Flute's Vol. 2

Making the Native American Style Flutes Using Basic Hand Tools Vol 2...

A Must Have for Every Wood Enthusiast!

“Making the Native American Style Flutes” Volume II is perfect for those who do not own a large lathe. Bill’s step-by-step instructions are comprehensive and easy to follow. The techniques you will learn are priceless to the beginner, and sure to inspire seasoned flute makers as well.

Using basic hand tools, such as a mallet, chisel, and scrapers, Bill guides you from the first rough steps of cutting and shaping, through sanding, and adding the final touches to create a beautiful, functional work of art.

A Word About Bill:

Bill Hughes has been making flutes for many years and has made about 7,000 flutes. His specialty is teaching people who are new to the flute making world how to get started. He thinks that this saves them about 2-4 years of frustration and a lot of trial and error mistakes.

He has taught for the Indian Walk-in Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, Whitehorse High School, Salt Lake Community College, Highland High School, the VA, the Sitka Center for Arts and Ecology, many Woodcraft stores in the West and countless hopeful souls who walk into his shop in Salt Lake City.

Bill made the flutes used in the opening ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics and has flutes all over the world. He is known best for his larger bore flutes which have deep and soulful voices.

Included on the DVD are complete instructions on making Native American Style Flutes using only basic hand tools. There is a complete list of the tools you'll need, as well as many suggestions on ways to use tools you may already have.

Running Time: 120 Minutes




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