Praise Whistlers Abroad

Low(er) or High Whistles?
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Author:  Jorg [ Tue Oct 16, 2007 10:07 am ]
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Thanks for the tips!

How do you buy a "second" ? Are they listed anywhere?

That reminds me of chocolate. When I was in sales, I used to drive by a RusselStover factory and they had an outlet store that sold, what I called Floor Droppin's They were candies that didn't pass the "look" test and were bagged in 1/2 lb and sold for something like $1.50-- is that something like a "second?"

I'm getting hungry just thinking about it....... :)


Author:  RonKiley [ Tue Oct 16, 2007 3:01 pm ]
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Email Casey and ask him if he has any seconds available and what they would cost. He will get right back to you. This is a way that he can use wood that otherwise would be waste.

Author:  Jorg [ Tue Oct 16, 2007 3:57 pm ]
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Thanks, Ron!

Will do!

Author:  kelly [ Thu Oct 25, 2007 4:06 pm ]
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Walden wrote:
This is sound thinking, actually. Breath pressure is different from instrument to instrument, and frequent switches hinder progress to a larger extent than many people realize.

Walden, I think you're right here. I have made myself a new rule--whichever whistle I pick up, I have to play that until next time (which is usually the next day). This helps me get the feel of the whistle, play the higher range easier, and keeps me from driving myself nuts switching around!

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