Keith
Keith
@keith
5 months ago
179 posts

I obviously used to blow mine too hard, & it was harsh sounding, but now that I'm slightly better at playing my whistles, it doesn't seem so harsh anymore, yet I still don't really like the high ones, except this one......it is somewhat strange.

Strumelia
Strumelia
@strumelia
5 months ago
116 posts

Keith, I have Generation high F and a high G.

You've inspired me to pull them out again and revisit.

Though I like their handy 'pocket size' (more like purse size really) they are a bit hard on the ears, but that could simply have been my first impression. At the time I was also getting some low G and and A whistle in polymer, so the sound contrast was pretty drastic.

I'll try the little ones out again, just to be fair.  :)




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Keith
Keith
@keith
6 months ago
179 posts

So, it seems no one here does that then. nerd2

There are a few on C&F that also use a high F to tootle on in an odd moment, so I'm not alone in doing it. flute

Keith
Keith
@keith
6 months ago
179 posts

Having acquired a fair few whistles in a short space of time, I have now collected together a very nice selection, from C down to a low D - however I still seem to grab up my Generation high F's when I just want to mess around, & I was just wondering if anyone else finds a high F an ideal fun whistle. poke


updated by @keith: 02/02/19 07:11:07AM