From what I understand, I'm under the impression that you think buying maybe a more expensive or higher quality call is going to make you a better duck caller. This is not true. I'm sure you can get those calls to sound good. Just practice as much as you can, you'll get it. As for calls, I have a RNT Daisy Cutter, it's about a medium volume call and fits my style very well, works great just about anywhere, but it's not cheap. I've also got a RNT quackhead that's about $25 and I use it alot on open water or fields. Another call that I like is a Glynn Scobey arkansas style. I have used it in the timber and open water with great results. It's about $30, I got mine from him cuz his shop is about 20 minutes from me, but you can order one from cabelas. These calls may not work for you, but they do for me. They fit my style and I recommend you try them out, you might really like em. Hope this helps you out.