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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2017 8:23 pm 
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Here's mine! :)


You're well on your way!

It's too late for you now, but you'll soon enough learn that whistles are a lot like pringles. You just can't have one!

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 2:02 pm 
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I find it amazing the huge difference between the various 15 or so whistles I have- different materials, brands/makers, keys/sizes... All the combinations of factors make for such a broad range of tone, playability, volume, fingering techniques...
Even as a beginner, it's great inspiring to have choices when reaching for a whistle when i'm in the mood to play a tune. :D

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The demise of Photobucket as a useful free hosting site means all snaps I posted before have now gone.

Here's a new one, the new hosting site will keep it for a month. Four Generations, the older generations or over forties if you like. I just picked up the C on the right. It's a smaller diameter than their present ones, the same as their present D. It's a relatively quiet but lovely balanced whistle.

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Mr.Gumby wrote:
The demise of Photobucket as a useful free hosting site means all snaps I posted before have now gone.

Here's a new one, the new hosting site will keep it for a month. Four Generations, the older generations or over forties if you like. I just picked up the C on the right. It's a smaller diameter than their present ones, the same as their present D. It's a relatively quiet but lovely balanced whistle.

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Nice Whistles!

Postimg.org, is that a free hosting site?

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