This new serie
includes clavo de pino, that is a 500y/old rest of a
Araucaria bud. The material I use is from Misiones province,
Argentina. Also, eye catching pine strobiles (cones) inlays
Very limited editions, every quena is UNIQUE
Wide quena, with
clavo de pino: that is a bud of Araucaria, very aged (up to 500
y/o), very hard and rare material, marble texture. Is one of the
hardest vegetal stufs.
Eye catching strobile extracted from a pine cone
great volume and sound body, very fine tuned and louder quena.
Toneholes carefully worked in funnel shape to allow more
spontaneous and loud sound.
Cocobolo and strobile
Guayacán and tarara, or other 2 squared woods.Thin quena
good for high notes
Also with ebanon
and other base wood
inlay agile medium sized quena. Every multiple woods inlay
is different, reserved to the best quenas selected during
the tuning process
Phyllostachys bamboo Quena thin walls, internal black laqcuer.
beautiful bamboo with nodes, models in G and F (also
quenachos in D)
demountable quenas, with brass or bamboo with brass rings
barrels. Allow to adjust the pitch in aprox a quarter of
tone. Adjustable to other fixed instruments and temperature
lasting mechanism, fine tuning the most exclusive and well
Long inlay embouchure quenas,
Left, Purple hearth
Also in Bolivian Jacarandá de Bolivia, Palisander,
Cocobolo and ebanon.
Rigid bamboo case, for best
protection of your quena.
Trying the best quenas
Fernando Barragán (sikuri, quenista,
member of the Asociación Argentina de Luthiers)