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The Complete Irish Tinwhistle Tutor by L.E. McCullough
Since 1976 this book has taught the joys of tinwhistling to more than one million people worldwide. Contains 72 tunes, many never before published. Historical notes, precise instructions in all areas pertaining to the tin whistle. Illustrated with musical examples and tablature. Contains ornamentation exercises on grace notes, triplets, rolls, trills, all the things that make the tin whistle sound authentic.

The Complete Irish Tinwhistle Tutor $17.95


This whistle’s quality, both in material and sound, has made it Ireland’s leading Tin Whistle. Easy to play with a cylindrical bore and good tone for an inexpensive whistle.
Walton D (regular bore) I/WM1520 $9.00
Mellow D (wide bore) I/WM1521 $9.00
Walton C (regular bore) I/WM1523 $11.00

An American made nickel-plated whistle with a black plastic mouthpiece. A little heavier than the Generation whistle below. Some say it requires less air than other whistles, making it a bit less forgiving for a beginner.
Oak C Whistle   I/OK64995 $11.00


This is the whistle you most often see played by seasoned musicians. The mouthpiece is glued on, so you have to use heat to loosten the glue before you can tune them. Some perceive the nickel plated ones to have a somewhat sharper tone, but that is up to debate.
Brass Bb: I/WBB $12.00
Nickel G: I/WNG $14.00
Brass Eb: I/WBE $12.00
Nickel Eb: I/WNE $14.00
Brass D: I/WBD $12.00
Nickel Bb: I/WNB $14.00
Brass F: I/WBF $12.00
Brass C: I/WBC $12.00