Another question: exactly which of Doug's flutes do you have? Looking
at his Web site (http://dougsflutes.googlepages.com/), I see the
following 3-piece D flutes:
Three-piece, tunable six-hole low D flute @ $70
Three-piece, tunable eight-hole low D flute @ $80
Three-piece, tunable six-hole low D flute in gray pvc @ $80
Is yours one of these? If so, any idea as to why the listed prices are
all lower than what you originally paid?
On 1/29/07, Walter Campbell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Any chance you can provide a few pics of the Tipple? Also, where are
> you located? Just trying to get a feel for the shipping costs (I'm in
> Seattle, Washington).
> On 1/29/07, Aodhan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Hey all:
> > Two flutes for sale:
> > 1 Tipple D - 3 piece, tunable, speckled bore, fajardo
> > wedge. Original price, $90, selling for $75 +
> > shipping. My fingers just aren't big enough to cover
> > the 5th hole properly at speed. I've had the flute
> > about two weeks.
> > 1 Cronnoly M&E Rose Rudall model - D, keyless polymer.
> > Price, $405 + shipping. Brand new.
> > Contact me off list with any questions. Since the
> > flutes are both new, prices are firm.
> > John
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