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Okay, so i have been trying to make the transition to a Short Reed goose call from a Flute which i learned on. I am currently on a Tim Grounds Acrylic Super Mag. I like the call. Im just trying to get the basics down. I think i am finally using the proper air. I can post more videos if needed. Thanks!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNYjEPJnKQ8
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Your getting the hang of it! Some slight mess ups in the beginning but really try to perfect that cluck. Also really work on cutting off the notes more. Always remember that you shouldn't run if you can't walk
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Are you moving you hands to create every note? When you've got the right presentation nailed down, you should be able to make clucks and honks without using the off hand. You sound better than half the guys i hear on public land around my cabin though!
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Sound plenty good to kill geese try and sharpen cluck and that call has a ton of low end and I think low end puts meat on the strap.
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Perfect practice makes perfect. Dont let people trybto.pull you away from calling note to note. Get a bad grammar cd or dvd and get comdy! Good luck.
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i would try and make your notes sharper. work on one not at a time and you will get it.
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