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58522

Re: Bubinga

Hi George, I can get Bubinga locally in the UK, so the query was about the workability of Bubinga as a suitable flute wood i.e. glue, polish and tone issues
David Wilson
Oct 19
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58521

Re: Bubinga

bubinga is wood i have Dave. george    On Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 3:19:05 PM EDT, David Wilson davewill1943@... [nativeflutewoodworking]
George Atkinson
Oct 18
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58520

Re: Bubinga

The query was about Bubinga. Sorry for the confusion, I had recently been reading about Padauk and I unthinkingly wrote it down instead of Bubinga. Senility
David Wilson
Oct 18
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58519

Re: Bubinga

Was this Bubinga or Padauk? Padauk is much easier to work with, and easier to glue than Bubinga. Lee
entrekin1
Oct 18
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58518

Re: Bubinga

Thanks to those who were kind enough to share their experience with the Padauk wood. Dave ________________________________ From:
David Wilson
Oct 17
#58518
 
58517

Re: Bubinga

I am a fairly new wood worker, this wood was too much for me. Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
castlebaryr
Oct 14
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58516

Re: Bubinga

Good morning Dave. It is a very beautiful wood however it's also very dense. Which may lead to wetting out in a short time. I would plan for some sort of
octatawodi
Oct 14
#58516
 
58515

Bubinga

I have an opportunity of buying a board of Bubinga 50mm x 250mm x 1,8M. Before I outlay the money I would like top ask any members who have experience with
davewill.com43
Oct 14
#58515
 
58514

Re: Anasazi flute

I make mine relatively sharp. My blowing edge angle is about 45 degrees (I attempted to paste a picture below). I get a naturally sharp edge, then give it a
moosewinds_mike
Oct 9
#58514
 
58513

Re: Anasazi flute

Thanks Mike. Is it preferable to make the splitting edge sharp or blunted like a naf?
octatawodi
Oct 9
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58512

Re: Anasazi flute

Karl, If the sound is good, and the finger holes are comfortable, then you are on the right track. Listen to the notes to hear if any of them sound much
moosewinds_mike
Oct 9
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58511

Anasazi flute

I was wondering if anybody had any tips, tricks or plans on the Mojave 6 I'm working on a B3. I studied a picture of Geoffrey Ellis's work for Scott August
octatawodi
Oct 8
#58511
 
58510

Re: Thanks

Hi Peter Sorry it took me so long to reply. Hear are the measurements that you requested: Before:Wood: AlderBore: 1.25"Bore Length: 18.5"Flue Depth:040"TSH
robert castlebary
Sep 20
#58510
 
58509

Re: Thanks

I would like to know what the final measurements are. And it would also be nice to know parameters were altered. Thanks Peter Zenker Sent from my MetroPCS 4G
Peter Zenker
Sep 10
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58508

Re: Thanks

Yea, this is a great place for sharing knowledge about these flutes. When I started, I was surprised at how freely folks would share what they had learned, and
moosewinds_mike
Sep 9
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