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I want to get a new call for contests. I use double reeds for hunting, but guess I need a good single reed for contests. I was thinking about an Echo Open Water in acrylic. What do you guys think? I'm willing to pay the price. Thanks!
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If you are going to go with Echo you want the Echo "BOSS" that is their comp call.
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I would go with the RNT MVP, super loud and made for comp calling.
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RNT MVP by far!! It's the sharpest, clearest, and loudest I've ever tried! Chuckling on the call is awesome! It's so sharp with each note! However, if you can I would go to RNT's shop in Stuttgart and get them to tune one for the amount of airflow that is best suited to you. It helps a lot when trying to string out high-balls and chuckling sequences.
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Some comp calls off the top of my head are:
Buck Gardner- Main Street
Foiles- Straight Streets
also could look into Southern Game Calls made by Greg Hood, his calls are nice
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