In stock: 4 Natural as of Oct. 14th, 2016
If you are getting one let me know in the comment box at checkout if you want the dark or natural. Most are concert tuned in D Major.
A Quenacho is a big Quena. It is 19 1/2 inches long.
The Quena is the end blown Andean Flute.
When you hear Andean flute music, the deep breathy sound is the Pan Pipe but the deep flute is the Quencho.
Recommended for a large hand with wider fingers.
To play, lift and tilt flute against soft lower lip. Pivot flute as you blow from a grin to get sound. For the higher octave spit out watermelon seeds harder. Us the pads of fingers. These are big holes.
The Quenacho comes with a protective flute bag.
Erik the Flutemaker
14701 SW 18th Court
Davie, FL 33325