Any of them. Cutter. Short barrel. MVP.
Interesting. My Quackhead Timber was nearly indistinguishable from my coco Timbre, which is, of course, a call with something of a cult following. In fact, I let the wood one go first. "Different strokes..."Hugatree said:I have a box full of quack head calls and we use them for target practice. They are worth teets on a boar hog IMHO.
Been my experience that all calls vary some within their models, even CNCed, and the "best" thing may be to do as you did and go through a box of them for "fit". Particularly if one's not comfortable tuning his own to suit. Couldn't expect molded polys to differ, but am surprised you find them to change over time - unless it's from their corks losing elasticity and needing replaced.Hugatree said:Rick:
The Quack Heads sound good out of the box but in my experience they don't continue to sound good. The other thing is I have noted they are not consistent call to call.