5 Best Tony Dixon Low D Whistles

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  • Post last modified:March 18, 2024
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Tony Dixon manufactures several different great quality low D whistles at an affordable price. Dixon’s range includes both plastic polymer and aluminium whistles that are either tuneable or non-tuneable. Dixon also offers flute heads combinations as well as whistle heads. 

This blog post gives a brief overview of 5 of the best Dixon low D whistle variations you can buy – all of which are available for worldwide delivery from Big Whistle.

One Piece Dixon Polymer Low D Whistle – TB003D

Price: £57.75 / €69 / $75.50

The TB003D is possibly Dixon’s best beginner whistle. A simple design with a tapered bore that although not tuneable, stays in tune well, thanks to itself solid polymer construction. Beginners simply can’t go wrong with this excellent model.

Tuneable Dixon Polymer Low D Whistle – TB012D

Price: £81 / €96.50 / $106

The TB012D is one of the most popular Dixon low D whistles available. A simple, polymer whistle design with a tapered bore in sleek black, with excellent intonation. An excellent value tuneable whistle.

Dixon Polymer Low D Whistle & Flute Duo Heads – TB022D

Price: £99 / €118 / $129.50

The TB022D is a nice little upgrade from the TB012D all-polymer tuneable whistle, if you want to try your hand at the Irish flute. It offers the same excellent tone as the TB012D, with a changeable flute head thrown in.

Dixon Tuneable Low D Whistle with Aluminium Body – DX102D

Price: £102.50 / €122.50 / $134

The DX102D comprises an aluminium body and polymer head. Thanks to the combination of polymer and aluminium, the DX102D offers fantastic dynamic and tonal variety that can’t be achieved with the pure polymer whistles. A brilliant design and a superb-sounding whistle tone that offers incredible value for money.

Dixon Tuneable Dual Head Low D Whistle and Flute with Aluminium Body – DX103D

Price: £126.50 / €151 / $165

A simple upgrade from the DX102D. The DX103D is fundamentally the same as the DX102D, but comes with both a dual whistle and flute head. A great way to mix up your tone, and an affordable in-road to Irish flute.

The reviews speak for themselves – Tony Dixon makes some of the best whistles in the world. If you have any questions about these delightful whistles, please get in touch with us and we’d be happy to advise on the best whistle to suit your needs.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Lee Ann

    Can someone please tell me the difference between a cylindrical bore and a tapered bore. New to whistles. Thinking about adding a low d tony dixon.

  2. Michele Gruenwald

    Hello , I received a Low F iVolga whistle from you that plays awful, i feel that it is defective. I have been trying to get ahold of you through email,to see if we can do an exchange or refund, But I am not receiving a reply. How do I get ahold of you? you gladly received my order and $ , do you not receive emails or do you not want to help me out?

    1. Mr Wetyer

      Hi Michele,

      I’m sorry, we did not receive your emails for some reason. This is our returns policy: https://bigwhistle.co.uk/refund-returns/
      I’m sorry you aren’t happy with your iVolga. You can return it to us and we will inspect it. Before you do this, it’s best to check it has clear air-flow and maybe push some paper or a cable tie through the windway to clear it.

      thank you


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