Tuning to deal with a large volume of air.

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Tuning to deal with a large volume of air.

Postby T Man » Thu Nov 28, 2013 4:59 pm

I just bought a ph1 today and love the rasp it has while chuckling, pecking and clucking. When I start to really dump some air in it for hail calls and greeting calls however it breaks and goes flat and sounds like garbage. Will trimming my Reed help me or is there something else I should do


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Re: Tuning to deal with a large volume of air.

Postby T Man » Thu Nov 28, 2013 5:58 pm

"It can't possibly be the caller, it must be the call"

Read some of the beginners tips in here, turned my call around and realized I was grunting into my call. Took the grunt out and it made all the difference. I had shelved a few calls because I thought they were badly out of tune, but it was all me. I'm sure in the Marsh this will be a bad habit to break but I took the call off my lanyard that was letting me get away with it.

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