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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2020 6:34 pm 
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Squeakie wrote:
Nice whistle rack, Tx!


Thanks, I put that together with some scrap lumber leftover from a woodworking project. It suits my needs. :D


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2020 6:44 am 
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This thread has had a benefit for me: I found a Feadog Pro (black top) I didn't know I had, and when I played it I found out that it's a better player than my Feadog Teo Mk1 (brighter green top).

I had been using that Feadog Teo Mk1 top on a Generation Eb body for the Eb slot in my roll.

Now it's the black Feadog Pro top on that Generation Eb body, which plays great.

About whistle racks, when I was going around doing school gigs with a folk trio I wanted something that would show of all the whistles upright in one straight row so all the kids in the audience could see them. I found a wood necktie rack in a charity shop for a couple dollars, it's piece of hardwood around 3 inches wide and 2.5 feet long with a row of 20-odd narrow wood dowels sticking up. I clamped it to a school-provided 8-foot table with a couple C-clamps for each show, it looks good and can't fall over.

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