Primos Canada Goose Flute

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Primos Canada Goose Flute

Postby rcase1234 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:42 pm

Well I bought one today. Got some decent reviews so figured I'd try it for how cheap it was. With 10 min of practice I can make a half decent greeting call. Anyone got any suggestions on YouTube vids or something I can watch to work on it? Should I just go by the instructions on the back of the package?
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Re: Primos Canada Goose Flute

Postby JuniorPre 360 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:32 pm

TOO-WIT, TWIT, TWAA, and TOO-WAA with your cheeks puffed out is all there really is to mastering a flute. I sometimes will use my Lohman old black flute every now and then. That's what I can say just from my experience.
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Re: Primos Canada Goose Flute

Postby noweil » Mon Feb 18, 2013 11:27 am

There's nothing wrong with the Primos flute that you bought. They don't have a bad sound. There used to be a cassette tape by Mick Lacey on blowing the Big River Long Honker flute call. I saw guys sit down with a call and that tape and within 20-30 minutes they were making good sounds with a flute.
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