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The perfect location for the intermediate
Maple pan flutes sound somewhat more uniform than bamboo pan flutes. Professionals will miss the typical "smoky" bamboo sound (and the exotic look), but for beginners and hobbyists, maple pan flutes are ideal as they are very easy to handle on all pipes and they are more resistant to their solid wood. The panpipe offers especially the depth a very pleasant, full sound.
I was looking for a robust, compact panflute for the trip and am generally convinced by the quality and resistance of the maple pan flutes.
The soloist maple pan flutes are tuned with rubber stoppers, so tuning is no problem at all (maybe treat the tubes inside with a little neutral cooking oil to make the sound fuller). This panpipe can be easily adjusted from G 'to E' (lowest tube 26 cm).
Unlike the small 15-tube flute, this gives an ideal tonal range from E 'to A' '', which perfectly covers the depths as well as the highs. I often experience that I would like to play one or two notes deeper, but the panflute is already over; Here is not this problem.
There was also a handy bag for this panflute (unlike the bass panpipe and the 15-tube old flute)! (Edit: In the meantime, there is no more this cloth bag, which is really a pity ...)
For beginners and semiprofessional panpipes, it should definitely be this 18-tube flute; Experienced musicians can also enjoy the bass panpipe, which has a crazy sound room (29 pipes, with difficulty one half-tone down to the fis down-tunable).
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