Some tutorials and guides to get you started

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Tutorial 1: The Basics If you’ve bought a high D whistle, and find it a bit loud or shrill, there are other keys available. (The fact that I make whistles and flutes has nothing to do with the last statement). The larger the whistle, the deeper it is, and it usually follows that the holes will be larger and more widely spaced, which may make things a bit awkward for the complete newcomer.

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FAQs HOW TO CLEAN WHISTLES? It’s a good idea to keep your whistle wind way clean to keep it playing at its best. Generally speaking blowing it through before and after playing should achieve this. However sometimes over time dirt can build up in the mouth piece and impede its performance. To clean this out we suggest you use thin stiff card (business card thickness) to push small bits of dirt out and

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First Breaths

First Breaths A BASIC LIGHT HEARTED BUT HEARTFELT FLUTE TUTORIAL OK, so you’re a whistle player and you want to learn the flute. Armed with your favourite tune, it’s up to the lips and away… If you are blessed with natural ability don’t bother reading any further. If you are struggling to read this through the mist of tears, let’s see what we can do to help. The first thing it’s useful to

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Wishing all our customers Season's Greetings

Tony Dixon Manufacturing is closing from 15 December 2023, for two weeks. We will be re-opening on 2 January 2024.

Any orders not received and fully paid for by 14 December 2023 will not be processed until the new year.