Copper Inlaid Fujara
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Ornaments are created from thousands of specially bent small pieces of thin copper.
Copper inlaying is very exacting and time consuming process: Thin copper plates are cut into thin pieces that are specially bent and cut to appropriate lengths. Afterwards, these pieces of specially bent thin copper are slowly, piece after piece, beaten into the Fujara wood, forming these beautiful ornaments .
Copper Inlaid Fujara flutes are finished in dark, reddish pigmented varnish mixed according special recipe to achieve superior final effect.
Copper inlaying is also a perfect test of wood quality, while all wood imperfections are discovered by thousands of beats and such wood cracks already in the process. Due to its exacting and time consuming nature, copper inlaying is very rare decoration technique and copper inlaid Fujara flutes tend to be very expensive. But it is certainly not our case:
Copper Inlaid Fujara - smooth, sound category - good :
There are no additional costs besides the instrument's price:
Within the price you will get your Copper Inlaid Fujara flute, padded carrying bag and have it delivered by courier directly to your door.
Another specialty are "knotty" Copper Inlaid Fujara flutes.
Knotty Fujara flutes are made from extraordinary rare pieces of wood, where the nature shape it in its own beautiful way. It is indeed not easy to find such rare piece of suitable wood, thus the supply of knotty Fujaras bass flutes is very limited.
Please inquire about availability of "Copper Inlaid Fujara - knotty"
Copper Inlaid Fujara - knotty, category - good :
Fujara flute voice improvement:
For additional 120 EUR we can enhance the overtones, voice and playability of any Fujara flute presented in this gallery to excellent level:
However we cannot change the fujara's key or its overall tuning.
Click on any of the Fujara picture to view it enlarged !
Copper inlaid Fujara flutes are traditionally tuned.
Thanks to Fujara natural overtone playing technique, even the worst tuned Fujara is perfectly in tune with itself.