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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 3:15 pm 
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an seanduine wrote:
I looked for, but could not find the picture I remembered seeing of Kevin Crawford playing whistle with a bucket on his head. It was on tour Stateside outdoors in the wind. . . :lol:
Bob

As I was reading this post I was wondering if anyone has tried anything as a simple wind break for these conditions. A handkerchief would likely be too stifling... But something else as a barrier for the windway...? A piece of gauze lightly looped over the whistle...? It is winter here so any wind strong enough to test this theory will be too cold for me to enjoy this experiment for awhile. But it would be fun to see what others come up with. :D


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busterbill wrote:
an seanduine wrote:
As I was reading this post I was wondering if anyone has tried anything as a simple wind break for these conditions. But something else as a barrier for the windway...?


Yes....I tried a pvc T once and it did block the breeze but also made the whistle pitch go flat.

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