Clogging can be an issue for some whistle players. Because of this we have spent a lot of time creating whistles that are as ‘clog-free’ as possible. Even still, it can occasionally be an issue for some people – please get in touch with us if this is you! Everyone carries moisture in their breath, […]
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!
We needed extra security to get the Purple low whistles back from the anodisers without loosing a few to anyone with sticky fingers. Everyone who saw them had something to say. It’s probably true purple isn’t everyone’s cup to tea … but whichever way, it seems you’ll still stand back and marvel at these. When […]
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 […]
The West Coast of Scotland has to be one of the most amazing places in the world. All year I had been looking forward to another few weeks exploring it on a very special little ship, The Hippo-owned by a friend. Sailing ensures that things aren’t seen to quickly and the world goes by a […]
I decided to climb a water tower. Half way up I started to question my plan; perhaps unsurprisingly ladders always seem to get more difficult as you get higher. I avoided looking down until some locals started shouting at me. I looked up to see how much further I had to go and spotted four […]