How to Make a Penny Whistle?

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Penny whistle can be made from various materials such as PVC pipes, copper tubing and metal tubing. Cut a fipple from the PVC pipe at 3.5cm and slide the half of the connecting sleeve on to the pipe. Use the marker to spot about 2.45 cm and then drill the holes through the pipe and the sleeves. Then turn the hole into a rectangle using a metal. Use the hacksaw to cut the pipe on an angle at the end of the fipple.
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The simplest way to make a penny whistle is to use PVC tubing narrow diameter. You can buy them at the proper length or have them cut for you. The most difficult part of making it will be to cut the fipple. Do this by working off of a pattern. You can find more information here: jpdery.com
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