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Posted on May 01, 2015 by Odell Borg

Turns out my neighbor was not only a gun enthusiast but had previous experience in the machining industry. He explained how gun and rifle bores were created and offered to help build a setup that would potentially duplicate the same process. After several attempts, we built a machine that was relatively consistent in creating a straight bore in wood blanks.

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Poem by John Checketts

Posted on April 08, 2015 by Odell Borg

Saguaro cacti, purple sage, a mesquite tree and Zane Grey stories fill my head –

 

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Interview with Musician, David Rose

Posted on April 01, 2015 by Odell Borg

Odell recently interviewed musician, David Rose, by email to learn more about his music and his background.

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On the Move

Posted on April 01, 2015 by Odell Borg


The desire for peace, quiet and serenity began to haunt me in early 90’s but the opportunity to make a move did not present itself until 1996. After attending a festival in Tubac, Arizona, a friend suggested we do a walk-about (drive-about, really) in Arizona. The town of Patagonia was our first stop and I really did not need to look any farther because it immediately felt like home to me.

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Change is in the Air

Posted on March 01, 2015 by Odell Borg

When I first began designing flutes I made it a priority to offer the instruments at a price that would make it affordable for the average person and provide the experience of creating music to as many people as possible.

 

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Interview with Tobias Tåg

Posted on March 01, 2015 by Odell Borg

Odell recently interviewed Finnish musician, Tobias Tåg, by email to learn more about his music and his background. Here is what Tobias shared with Odell.

 

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White Ghost Flute - 1992

Posted on February 01, 2015 by Odell Borg

Nature has always been a refuge for me.  I appreciate that we are a connected part of nature’s family, and trees in particular have always stood out to me.  Trees became even more important when I began crafting my first flutes and using wood to create them.

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