Handmade Flutes, Ocarinas, Guitar Picks, etc.

Canton, Massachusetts · 1484 Sales


Handmade Flutes, Ocarinas, Guitar Picks, etc.

Canton, Massachusetts 1484 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Shop owner

Luke Vail


Announcement   Native American Flutes, Japanese Shakuhachi, Ocarinas, Bamboo Flutes, Guitar Picks, etc.


Last updated on Aug 31, 2016

Native American Flutes, Japanese Shakuhachi, Ocarinas, Bamboo Flutes, Guitar Picks, etc.

Luke Vail

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Luke Vail


Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
Tim Knowlton

Tim Knowlton on Aug 15, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

There were some issues with my initial order and it wasn't going to make it to me on time, but Luke was very helpful and more than made up for the initial errors at his own expense. Beautiful flute as well. Highly recommended.


mpg585 on Jul 25, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

The flute was beautiful and the customer service was even nicer. I will definitely shop here in the future.

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New ergonomic picks. Another collaboration by Luke & Sam!

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New Zelda Wooden Ocarinas by World-Winds

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Alto Ocarina Flute in Walnut - Velvet Bag Included
Alto Ocarina Flute in Walnut - Velvet Bag Included


World Winds Story

This is a family/son operation. My son pitches in with just about everything, and is my go to guy for design ideas.

How did this start? I've been making things since I was a kid.

For most of my life, it was just a hobby. I built for the love of it. No matter what it is, It's a very rewarding experience to put all of your creative energy into something, and then to hand it off to somebody for them to enjoy.

I hope you can have at least half as much fun playing them as I have had in making them.

Thank you & enjoy!


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Shop members

  • Luke Vail

    Owner, Over Seer Of All Things World-Winds

    Been making instruments for almost 30 years. They've been good enough to sell for about 15.

  • Sam Vail

    Assistant, Safety Patrol Officer, Lead Designer

    I help my Dad. Whenever he has a problem and can't figure out something, we work on it until it's fixed. I help with lots of things, like tuning the flutes and coming up with new ideas.

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Last updated on Sep 23, 2016
Frequently asked questions

How do I care for my bamboo or wood flute?

Keep it from drying out! They have been treated with Walnut Oil.
Maintain & clean when needed. If it's dirty or feels dry, then it's time.

Just a drop on a paper towel. Rub in until shiny, with no streaks.
Twist the towel into a rope to get the insides.
This will clean and protect in one step.

How do I care for my Marble Ocarina?

Clean with soap & water, inside & out with a towel or sponge.
No abrasive scrubby pads.

Are these items safe for children?

As a father of 3, I can say that they are. My shop is in my home,
so I take that very seriously. All materials used are non-toxic and
Earth friendly.

Is this a green company?

Yes. I pride myself in having a 0% waste workshop.
All bamboo, wood and marble dust is returned to the Earth
to fertilize my bamboo groves.

Outdoor use?

Everything I make can go outside. But, nothing I make should
stay outside, unless you want it to look like your old wooden fence
or deck. The expansion and contraction of outdoor weather, along
with rain & sun will weather your instrument just like everything else.

If it gets wet, just dry it off with a paper towel.

If it gets very cold or very hot, allow it to return to a normal
temperature slowly.

What's the deal with the logo?

It's a simplified version of the 'protection from harm" sign. The larger middle line is supposed to be an arrow. And the smaller lines are protecting you from it. I hope it does so for you.

Can a diatonic/chromatic scale be played on your 4 & 5 hole flutes?

Yes. You have two options for getting the
in-between notes. When trying to lower a
note, add a finger or two below that note
after skipping one hole. In raising a note,
with the the lowest finger currently used,
roll it off the hole a bit. The note will
raise anywhere from a half step to a whole
step. The beveled holes help this technique.
With a little practice you'll be able to hit
any note you want.