The kena is a South American wooden wind instrument which is usually made from bamboo cane and is particularly widespread throughout Peru and Bolivia.
It is said, it was the flute of the Incas. What makes the kena so successful, is its versatility:
No other wind instrument offers a similarly broad range of chromatics, dynamics, pitch range or timbre modulation.
We do admit that our new prostheses may not sound as attractive as a kena, but in terms of sophistication and efficiency they are on equal terms.