Hey there, you're looking at an exquisite Terry McGee Blackwood Flute, made by the esteemed flute maker himself in Australia. It's made out of African Blackwood and silver in the keyless Grey Larsen Preferred style.

Terry McGee makes wooden flutes for Irish, early and classical music based on the best of original instruments, including the popular Rudall & Rose, Pratten's Perfected and Grey Larsen Preferred models. Based in Malua Bay, New South Wales, Australia, Terry has been a flute maker since the mid seventies and exports his instruments to the four corners of the globe.

Terry's instruments are one-off craftsman-built instruments using the finest materials and a combination of traditional and modern techniques. They show the benefit of the vast and continuing research he has undertaken in Australia and in collections around the world. The most rigorous attention to tuning makes his instruments the most precise and vibrant available, and incorporation of new techniques makes them far more rewarding to play than the best of the originals.

This keyless "Grey Larsen Preferred" by Terry McGee is in excellent overall condition, . The serial number is 795 and it comes in a simple flute carrying bag.

Don't miss out on this flute from the great Terry McGee, act now!

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Listed4 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • Irish African Blackwood and Silver Keyless "Grey Larsen Preferred" Flute
  • African Blackwood & Silver
Made In
  • Australia

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