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Irish Flute: Sam Murray

I bought a used keyless D flute made by Sam Murray from a member of Chiff and Fipple Forums in May 2010. It cost 829 pounds including the case and the shipping cost.

It is light and easy to hold. Though I had enjoyed playing it, I couldn't get accustomed to it.

I sold it to my friend in Japan. He loves it and plays it very well! So, I think it's a great flute, but it demands a different way from the way I blow my Grinter flute.

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These are the pictures I received from the seller when I bought it.

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