We have a small batch of limited edition Blue Ds available here. This is the second batch of blue Ds we have ever made – so they are pretty rare!!!
While it had always been my intention that the Low G would be the next key to follow the Low D and the F, it is in fact the A that has come to fruition first. The G remains very close, but it still needs that little extra something to give take that final 1% to […]
I’ve been answering a lot of emails recently about when keys of whistles other than the D and F are going to come to fruition. I thought I’d provide a general update here. Though I had envisaged the G would be the next key, and we have taken a substantial number of advance orders for […]
How to fix a seized whistle tuning slide (please note this applies to metal tin whistles and low whistles -not wooden ones). A seized tuning slide has long been a problem on many woodwind instruments. I thought I’d take the time to talk through the ins and outs of seized tuning slides – an age […]
Sometimes it can seem like the most frustrating thing: 12 years after starting out and only the D and the F have made it into the hands of musicians. As a musician it often seemed that an idea cooked up that day, or even on the spot, could make it out into the world and […]
One of the most challenging parts in making whistles (and I suspect lots of other instruments) is keeping the corners and edges sharp. The fipple – the edge the airstream is directed onto – for example, is one of the most important parts in the formation of a good tone. Also, the edges of the […]