Three-holed pipes for one-handed playing are known in many parts of the world since Medieval times. Tabor-Pipes have two finger- holes in front and one thumb-hole in the back. The instruments are designed to be played with one hand, so that the other hand is free to play a tabor-drum, a stringed-tambour, or hurdy-gurdy. The Tabor-Pipe plays a major scale beginning with a sequence of a major diatonic scale: whole-tone, whole-tone, whole-tone, semi -tone.
- Black or brown plastic head and Body
- Keys of C
- Small Bore
- Packaged in a black Vinyl carrying case
- Includes fingering chart, joint grease and adjustable thumb rest
- Made in: USA
S-series: The S-series whistle has a little larger bore (diameter) than the V-series. It requires a little more air (a little more “push”) than the V-series, and has more volume. It’s a great whistle for a player that’s a little more aggressive in their playing style, or for the player that needs to keep up with many instruments at a Session. Whistles in this range are also known as “Soprano” Whistles.