Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

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Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby cackiller » Thu Oct 10, 2013 5:45 pm

I've been looking at some of the more inexpensive call offerings out there and was hoping for some recomendations on an inexpensvie delrin single reed. I've never tried a delrin call before and would look to give one a try. I was just hoping to hear some recomendations people might have on different ones!
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby stumpjumper » Fri Oct 11, 2013 7:00 am

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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby tornadochaser » Fri Oct 11, 2013 7:12 am

I've got a delrin lynch mob stranglehold and i keep going back to it over other acrylic single reeds i've got right now.

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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby jrode237 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 8:33 am

Absolutely could not stander delrin for calls until I tried a DRC Rev. That call will flat out get after it. Loud and an absolutley great feed in it.
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby DucknGoodTime » Fri Oct 11, 2013 10:58 am

stumpjumper wrote:Cadence Calls

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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby cackiller » Fri Oct 11, 2013 1:18 pm

Thanks for all the recomendations. I'll definitely have to check those out. I've been hearing quite a bit about Cadence so I'll look them up.

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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby cupnglide » Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:16 pm

Gotta check out Mr. Gaston's timber or field call in delrin. Outstanding call at a great price. Cool drab green color, too.
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby cackiller » Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:19 pm

Looks like there might have to be a couple new calls coming my way. How much do the delrin cadence calls run? I could only find his prices on acrylic on the website?


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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby mayhem96 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:43 pm

jrode237 wrote:Absolutely could not stander delrin for calls until I tried a DRC Rev. That call will flat out get after it. Loud and an absolutley great feed in it.


This was the absolute opposite for me. The only thing I liked in the one I ran was the low end whines and feed. The one I blew didn't have a bit of top end in it.
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby jrode237 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 5:14 pm

mayhem96 wrote:
jrode237 wrote:Absolutely could not stander delrin for calls until I tried a DRC Rev. That call will flat out get after it. Loud and an absolutley great feed in it.


This was the absolute opposite for me. The only thing I liked in the one I ran was the low end whines and feed. The one I blew didn't have a bit of top end in it.

Did you tune it for yourself? It's a mainstreet comp call in delrin. Yeah, it still isn't as crisp as acrylic, but the one I have gets plenty loud.
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby sandahl » Fri Oct 11, 2013 6:40 pm

jrode237 wrote:Absolutely could not stander delrin for calls until I tried a DRC Rev. That call will flat out get after it. Loud and an absolutley great feed in it.


X2 The Delrin Rev is my favorite duck call period
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby mayhem96 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 7:47 pm

jrode237 wrote:
mayhem96 wrote:
jrode237 wrote:Absolutely could not stander delrin for calls until I tried a DRC Rev. That call will flat out get after it. Loud and an absolutley great feed in it.


This was the absolute opposite for me. The only thing I liked in the one I ran was the low end whines and feed. The one I blew didn't have a bit of top end in it.

Did you tune it for yourself? It's a mainstreet comp call in delrin. Yeah, it still isn't as crisp as acrylic, but the one I have gets plenty loud.


No...probably should have but it was still set up pretty close to how I run a call. Mainstreet comp. call? Really? Maybe I will have to give them a second chance :thumbsup:
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby jrode237 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 8:19 pm

mayhem96 wrote:
jrode237 wrote:
mayhem96 wrote:
jrode237 wrote:Absolutely could not stander delrin for calls until I tried a DRC Rev. That call will flat out get after it. Loud and an absolutley great feed in it.


This was the absolute opposite for me. The only thing I liked in the one I ran was the low end whines and feed. The one I blew didn't have a bit of top end in it.

Did you tune it for yourself? It's a mainstreet comp call in delrin. Yeah, it still isn't as crisp as acrylic, but the one I have gets plenty loud.


No...probably should have but it was still set up pretty close to how I run a call. Mainstreet comp. call? Really? Maybe I will have to give them a second chance :thumbsup:

I am almost positive DRC's owner has competed with it, along with a few others. Don't qoute me on that though......athough I do remember reading it on the internet so it must be true.
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby DucknGoodTime » Fri Oct 11, 2013 10:13 pm

cackiller wrote:Looks like there might have to be a couple new calls coming my way. How much do the delrin cadence calls run? I could only find his prices on acrylic on the website?


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You might want to give him a call. I dont think he's ever listed his delrin call. Last I heard they were going for maybe 50

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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby cackiller » Fri Oct 11, 2013 11:00 pm

Rick,

I just emailed him. The price he quoted me was $55 which I thought was fair for an all delrin call. Most are $50 and have a poly insert that I've seen. If I can sell some other calls I"ll be picking one up for sure.
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby DucknGoodTime » Fri Oct 11, 2013 11:24 pm

Good to know. Every once in awhile you will see one in the classified. Charles is good people, I've never heard anything but good stuff about his calls and customer service.

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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby mayhem96 » Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:29 pm

jrode237 wrote:
mayhem96 wrote:
jrode237 wrote:
mayhem96 wrote:
jrode237 wrote:Absolutely could not stander delrin for calls until I tried a DRC Rev. That call will flat out get after it. Loud and an absolutley great feed in it.


This was the absolute opposite for me. The only thing I liked in the one I ran was the low end whines and feed. The one I blew didn't have a bit of top end in it.

Did you tune it for yourself? It's a mainstreet comp call in delrin. Yeah, it still isn't as crisp as acrylic, but the one I have gets plenty loud.


No...probably should have but it was still set up pretty close to how I run a call. Mainstreet comp. call? Really? Maybe I will have to give them a second chance :thumbsup:

I am almost positive DRC's owner has competed with it, along with a few others. Don't qoute me on that though......athough I do remember reading it on the internet so it must be true.


Of course...they can't put anything on the internet that isn't true. Just look at Wikipedia :fingerhead: :fingerhead:
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby KyMike » Tue Oct 15, 2013 12:07 am

cackiller wrote:Rick,

I just emailed him. The price he quoted me was $55 which I thought was fair for an all delrin call. Most are $50 and have a poly insert that I've seen. If I can sell some other calls I"ll be picking one up for sure.


Just got a delrin Cadence Timber. Call is quickly becoming one of my favorites and I'm thinking about getting a delrin Closer. The calls tone is similar to wood but with all the advantages of acrylic. Lets see some pics when you get it.
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Re: Recomendation on Delrin Single Reed

Postby callinfowl » Thu Oct 17, 2013 2:53 am

stumpjumper wrote:Cadence Calls

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Charles Delrin call is a mean little muther.............. and they are priced right ..:yes:
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