The Pueblo Style Flute is a tribute to the people who lived in the Chaco Canyon region, northern New Mexico, the site of the ruins was baptized by the Pueblo Bonito expedition, where some rim blow flutes (Rim Blow) were found in excavations carried out in the last decade of the 19th century.
We produce the Pueblo style flute in three variations: Anazasi, Mojave and Hopi. The three flutes are Rim Blow uprights made of bamboo with 5 or 6 holes that allow you to easily assemble the major and minor pentatonic scale. Its embouchure is similar to the Japanese Shakuhachi flute that allows you to perform micro tonal subtleties, blow harmonics and play the second octave. These flutes are inspired by the ancient flutes of the North Amerindian peoples.