Flute Size Comparison (Native American style Flute)

High-Range Flute: The tonal range on these flutes are higher in pitch. Refer to the video to get a good idea how they sound. The size is small and light weight. This flute is a great option if you are planning to camp out or travel and don’t want a large flute to carry. If you’re looking for a sweet and pure sounding high tone flute, this is the size for you.

Mid-Range Flute: This sized flute is the most popular. It's a good starter sized flute. It is good for all sized hands. The standard size flute that works for most hands is the key of A or G. This size is the sweet spot between low and high toned flutes.

Low-Range Flute: The tonal range on these flutes are low bass in pitch. Refer to the video to get a good idea how they sound. The size is large (around 26-28 inches long) and requires you to stretch your fingers more than a mid-tone flute. The holes on these flutes are spaced between 1" and 1.25" apart. This flute is a great option if you are wanting that low meditative bass sound. 

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