low whistle question
I acquired a couple of low whistle from Jean-Pierre Lemeur, which are amazing, to my non-specialist in whistles point of view : once I got the gist of piper’s grip to cover the hole, the tone is beautiful, they seem to require a minimum of air, they’re perfectly in tune the whole range, even when you pull the fipple (they’re tunable) part nearly to the point of separating from the other part. the only thing : when I play it’s ok, but after I have an awful taste in m mouth, that stays for a long time. Anybody had that too ? is there a way to get that taste away ? Do you wash them and if yes, how ?
thanks for answers