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post Jun 13 2008, 02:49 PM
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Hello Duduk-lovers,

I have a question: are there also Ramishes out of synthetic material available?
It would be great. It may sound a bit less good than Cane but it would be a great thing for long practises
without preparing the reed with water and so first (and holds for 20 min only).
If this not exist, somebody should develop it. cool.gif


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post Dec 22 2009, 10:00 PM
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The scales will be the same if the reeds are tuned the same way.. but not the sound, you get a nicer more warmer sound as you advance to harder reed's

Soft reed is the easeast to play / recommended to beginners
Medium reed easy to play / some refer to it as a melody reed
Hard reed - hardest to play smile.gif the best sound

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post Dec 23 2009, 11:15 AM
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I think that I have one hard reed and The second soft or medium.
Medium, soft hard reed are the same long, differences are on circumference?
Regards, Michael

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