[panflute-world] tuning tools?
- At 09:03 31.5.98 -1000, Brad White wrote:
>When I bought my Preda's they came with a set of different sized woodenI don't think anyone will complain if attachments are under 20k. And a
>tools for tuning. I have attached a very small jpg.. I don't know if you
>can do that on a list, I guess I'll find out.. If not just email me and
>I'll send it to you..
>Attachment Converted: "d:\internet\eudora\attach\Tools=wax.jpg"
picture is literally worth "a thousand words" compared to trying to explain
how it looks. In fact, I would like to see a close-up of the tips of the
tools. I'm guessing there are both rounded and flat blades, and a couple of
sizes of blunt tips, but I can't quite make out their perspective. Maybe
turn the blades 45 degrees in the picture.
These postings are archived and available on a web page, so I don't know
what happens to attachments there. But if there's trouble, we can use
I think an important characteristic of the wax used for tuning is that it
likes to stay together. I used some kind of modelling wax that tends to
smear and leave streaks on the sides as I try to push it to the bottom.
Is it important how the wax is shaped at the bottom of the pipe? I presume
it should be a nice flat layer but I just can't see anything at the bottoms
of the longer pipes. How will it affect the tone if the wax is pushed to
one side or is concave or convex?
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