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Dixon Low G Tuneable Whistle


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  • Dixon low g tuneable whistle - very good value alto g whistle, made from 2 joints of plastic, black.
  • Made by tony dixon woodwind - a really good range of british made plastic flutes and whistles
  • Very poular whistles, designed and made in england
  • Great mellow sound and great quality
  • Two piece tuneable whistle
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Item Weight100 g
Product Dimensions35 x 3.4 x 2.6 cm
Item model numberDX007G
Colourblack
  
Additional Information
ASINB0012GDOGI
Best Sellers Rank 6,901 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight200 g
Date First Available10 Jan 2008
  
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Dixon Low G Tuneable Whistle - Very good value Alto G whistle, made from 2 joints of plastic, black.<P>Made by Tony Dixon Woodwind - A really good range of British made plastic flutes and whistles

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Dixon Low G Tuneable Whistle Very good value Alto G whistle, made from 2 joints of plastic, black. Whistle Advice The whistle is a diatonic instrument with simple fingering, and it's very easy to learn to play - easier than the recorder. Whistles generally play two octaves, and you can easily play in two keys on any whistle, for example on a D whistle you can play in D and G. Because many tunes go down below the key note, you will often find that the tune is easier to play in G than D on a D whistle, because D is the lowest note. This means you should also consider the alternative key of the whistle when choosing the key. C goes to F, A to D which is useful, F to Bb, G to C and so on.

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Allways wanted to try a low whistle. Not an experienced player but have found it easier to play than the usual 'high' whistles.
A Quality instrument very pleased with it.
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Over all, it has good ergonomics; both mouth feel & finger position seen to be about optimal. There is no problem over-blowing cleanly through the 2nd octave (unlike the Howard). It does however seem to collect condensation a bit too quickly than I'd like. Still ...... A very good whistle.
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By Oakleaf93 on 21 Feb 2013
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Easy to play. Fingering not too difficult.
Nice mellow tone.
An ideal low whistle to learn on.
Value for money.
Delivery prompt.
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Impressed 13 Feb 2014
By Carson bumbalough - Published on Amazon.com
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This is my second low g whistle. So far I've been very impressed with the Dixon. Its not as bulky as the one I already have so the fingering is much easier. The tone is very pleasant... Not breathy or squeekie. I really like it.
Excellent for those new to low whistles! 16 Jun 2014
By Kevin Lurwick - Published on Amazon.com
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A wonderful low whistle for the price. If you really want to get any better than this your gonna have to enter over the hundred dollar range. If your just starting on a low whistle this is the way to go. Especially if your not sure about it. Because you do have switch to piper's grip as with most low whistles. It has a nice soft tone and it sounds good in the upper octave also.
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