"Almost pure tonality with a bit of breathieness [sic]... the sound is amazing."
"[The whistle has] got a very rounded, mellow tone... very well made... Ideal for the sort of people who don't want to upset their neighbors."
Phil Hardy, UK
Video Review of GFM Soprano D on Kerrywhistles
"Straight lines, steady workmanship... The angled blade reminds me of a Kerry Songbird low D, or an Alba. It produces a lot purer sound than either of those two instruments, however... [and has a] very pure and strong tone."
Greg Mahan, Texas
Review of GFM Soprano D on Chiff and Fipple
"[The whistles] rank up there with Chieftain and Harpers ... in construction and workmanship."
Review of GFM Alto G and Soprano D on Chiff and Fipple
"Very comfortable for playing fast, easy and agile shifts between octaves, and a nice consistency of tone through both octaves."
JS, New York
"[The tone] is mellow with an almost woody quality. Breathy and sweet ... yet able to be haunting and mysterious"
"The tone is warm, and the whistle is a pleasure to play. Visually the whistle is stunning and looks like any of the high-end models."
Brett Hirsch, Western Australia
Review of GFM Alto F on Chiff and Fipple
"The tone is very pure, no buzz although they do have a bit more complexity than the Burke DASBT I used to have."
Commenting on the GFM Soprano D on Chiff and Fipple