Just ordered my first acryllic call, a TG Real Thang. Still waiting to get it in the mail and I'm pretty excited! Just wanted to see if anyone that has run one of these has some tips, thoughts, etc. I have heard they can be a difficult call to learn. Thanks!
Not sure if it's any difficult to learn on, although you must be weary of your air presentation, if anything it is a pain to retune TC guts so I would mark it when you get it. I love mine, it's probably my favorite call because of the responsiveness.
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Hands, Hands, Hands!!! That's the key to a Real Thang. It's an easy call to use, just learn to use your hands right. Also, alot of guys will probably say different, but my advice is don't mess with the tune. I would hope you told Grounds how you like it tuned...medium, light, or stiff...let him tune it to you and then "learn" to run the call the way it is. TC guts can be tough to "re-tune", especially if you don't know what you're doing.