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Clarke Sweetone Tinwhistle - Key of D

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Tin Whistle
Boxed, Miscellaneous Product. Clarke Tinwhistle Co.. All Styles. Instrument. Published by Clarke Tinwhistle Co. (MB.98366IX).

Item Number: MB.98366IX
ISBN 9780786647439. All Styles. 0.75 x 11 inches.

After over 150 years of continuous production of the famous Clarke PENNYWHISTLE, the Company has now produced a brand new type of tinwhistle, the SWEETONE. This is the first conical bore tinwhistle to have been made with a plastic mouthpiece - the combination of traditional workmanship with modern technology. Easy to play; with a clear and accurate tone and readily affordable. It is the ideal instrument leading naturally, later on to the more advanced original PENNYWHISTLE - the whistle of the professional player and the enthusiastic amateur. Strangely enough, it is those professional players and enthusiastic amateurs who are enjoying the SWEETONE - not as an alternative to Clarke's PENNYWHISTLE, but as an additional tinwhistle they can use for its contrasting tonal qualities - sweetness and delicacy as opposed to strength and robustness. The sound to match the mood of the tune being played.

Clarke Tinwhistles do not contain lead. They all have the Standard U.S. ASTM F963-07 certificate of compliance.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    mendocino ca
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • February 12, 2013 i like it.

    i bought sweet tone last month. it works well. thank you so much. it will be with me travel to whole world, and feed me. thank you. God bless you with great business.

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  • 4

    Location:
    Kansas
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • October 12, 2007 Nice flute, easy to learn

    I like this tin whistle very much! It's great for beginners. The tone quality is steady and sweet. It makes you want to play it everyday.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • April 28, 2007 My new Whistle

    I am very .... very ... pleased with the tone and ease of play with my "Sweetone" whistle. I am a raw beginner and I really appreciate a whistle where the fingering is easy to properly cover the holes. My first whistle was a "Feadog" and it is almost as easy to...

    play. After my purchase, I now tend to favor the Clarke Sweetone because of the tone, smaller holes, and tapered shape of its design. Bill Bruneau (68years young) PS: I always wanted to play a musical instrument. Now I really found an instrument that I'm sure I can master. PSS: Can you recommend a whistle with a lower mellow sound (priced in the Sweetone range). I ask because I would like to play some of the slow Irish Airs??? Thanks again!!!!

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