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This may be one of my favorite flutes that Butch Hall has done. It’s made of walnut, in the key of D, and it features painted designs that match an old flute by Ute maker Ira Cuthair. The auction listing doesn’t mention the tuning, but given the size of the top hole, I’d guess that this flute uses Butch’s old extended range fingering, so slightly different to the common modern 6 hole flute tuning. These are quite rare, so it’s definitely a nice find. Hopefully one of you lovely people will snap it up quickly. Check out the auction.