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It seems that short reeds have taken over these past few years. Are flutes out? Are there any true flute fans still
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I still like flutes, but short reeds are so much easier to carry and you can do so much with them. So thats why I made the switch and if you get comfortable with a short reed you will too. :salude:
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I am a long time flute user, but last year made the short read change and will never go back. With that said there are still some nice sounding flutes out there. I have a fried that just can't get a short read to do anything. I gave him one of my flutes and he got the hang of it fairly fast. I don't see anything wrong with them, but I can sure make a lot more sounds and sound like more birds with a short read. I am sure there are some that can really play a flute, but I do much better on the short read.
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That's the only call I can use,I can't seem to get the hang of a short reed I've tried just can' get it to break the way Iwant it to
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