Thank you to Maya for sending us these excellent pictures 🙂
There are few instruments where the name itself has been derived from the material they are made of. The Tin whistle is one such- the guitar, piano, saxophone, clarinet, violin (to name just few) never had their names prefixed by the material they were made from. Perhaps the only other rare example is the instrument family known as […]
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 […]
Polished finish MK Pros will be discontinued for the foreseeable future. This is so that we can concentrate on finishing work on different keys of whistles – G, A & Eb are all in the pipeline (quite literally!). We do currently have a very small number of polished finish Mk Pro D and Fs […]
We’re expecting some prices to rise a little around early 2015. Although price increases won’t be massive, if you’re looking to buy an MK Whistle you may want to do so before then!
Here are the Christmas postal deadlines. I’d advise leaving a little longer than this though if you can! Wednesday 3 December – Asia, Far East (including Japan), New Zealand Thursday 4 December – Australia Friday 5 December – Africa, Caribbean, Central & South America, Middle East Monday 8 December – Cyprus, Eastern Europe, Greece Tuesday […]
We do have a small number of limited edition blue or purple low Ds and Low Fs. If you would like one please do get in touch with us. They are priced as follows: Low D (polished finish) – £302 Low F (polished finish) – £287 Photo by Somhairle MacDonald