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Native American Flutes

Native American Flutes

A favorite instrument of many woodworkers is the Native American Flute. Popular for its haunting natural tones and its ease of learning how to play, it is featured in many new age and tribal music genres, often with an acoustic guitar and/or drums. And of course, no powwow is complete without one.

Acoustic Guitar

Acoustic Guitar

A longtime favorite instrument of many is the acoustic guitar. Popular for a variety of reasons, it is featured in many music genres. And of course, no campfire is complete without one.


Egg-shaped Wooden Ocarina

A longtime favorite instrument of elementary to middle school classrooms, is the ocarina because its comfortable and small egg- shape can be both held and played with one hand. It is featured in school plays and bands, but it never really made it into the world of recorded music genres, except for childrens songs and comedy. No campfire is complete without an ocarina either because it fits so nicely in one's backpack and it can be hard to tell in the dark who is actually playing along with the other person who is playing the acoustic guitar.

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