How to Care for Your Wooden Quena – Quenacho & Traverse (Transverse) Flute

I sell quite a few Andean flutes here on Street Musician and go to great lengths to make sure my customers get the best quality quena flutes, quenachos and traverse flutes that I can source from the skilled Bolivian luthiers of La Paz, via my family in Boliva.

Each flute I sell […]

Handmade Classical Guitars For Sale

Welcome to our new classical guitar section.

Huge Sale Now On – £100 off

Street Musician is now proud to be able to offer our readers a small range of handmade classical guitars from South America, made by the same expert luthier and musician who has been touring South America and […]

Charango : Buy A Professional Concert Charango From The Finest Bolivian Luthiers

Here we have a few of our best hand made professional charangos for sale. Each charango you see on these pages were crafted by professional Bolivian luthiers who have been making these fine concert grade instruments as their lifetime’s trade.

These particular charangos were made in traditional Bolivian workshops and personally selected […]

Quena & Quenacho Flutes – Professional Andean Woodwind Instruments

Featuring beautiful native South American flutes for sale. The quena and the larger more deeper sounding quenacho.

Quena (Kena) Flute

The quena or kena as it is also known, is a traditional Andean flute used commonly in all areas of traditional Peruvian music. The quena produces an exceptionally beautiful sound and […]

About : Instrument Sales On Street Musician

So how did this site come to sell handmade Bolivian instruments ?

Since the creation of this blog, Street Musician has spread itself out in many different directions over the last year and being a relatively new blog I still have many great things in mind for it’s future. I guess […]

The Charango – Music, History, Construction & Social Role Of The Andean Ukulele

The charango is a small traditional South American stringed instrument that resembles a ukulele and has 5 sets of paired strings.

The charango is a member of the lute family and is said to have descended from the Spanish vihuela which had six pairs of double strings and was most commonly used […]