Ah! I had completely forgotten that thread which I have a post on, Anyway, quite a part from whistle talk, has American rap poisoned English culture?
Here's a link to a search of C&F.
I, too have been playing an A and G. Mine are by James Becker of Becker Whistles. I like the lower, mellow sound, especially of the A. And as July has three pay checks, a time and a half holiday and a rise, I have purchased a A and G from Goldfinch Whistles, Poland.
Hummm. I cannot tell if you are serious or playful. Whistles in my collection are from $20 to $200. I've had very few really bad whistles and some very nice whistles in the $20 range such as Becker Whistles. The Bruke and Reyburn are the high end ones and yes they sound sweet. I'd like to try a Carbony but at $260 to $500, no.
I played recorders but wanted more volume, but something easy to play, (no keys), so tried a whistle.
Then, as is usual with me, I had to try different ones, so the collection grew.....
P.S. I now also have keyless flutes/piccolos/fifes to go with them.
updated by @keith: 07/10/21 04:16:31AM