WindWhisperer ’s forty comments

  • Burke Brass and Aluminum —seeking recommendation

    I love my Burke Brass session high D whistle. I'm considering getting a Burke Aluminum (narrow bore) high D. Any reason it isn't worth the investment? Or, if you play/own both why? Or, if you had to pick one, which would you prefer and why? Cheers! more…

  • Re: Your Session’s Tradition

    To clarify, AAA could mean: more…

  • Your Session’s Tradition

    Each of our sessions are different by region and tradition, how does your local session tend to gather and create sets of 3 tunes: more…

  • Re: McManus Whistle

    @Kkrell--I agree with everything you just said. Wasn't sure if I was alone in those impressions. Thanks more…

  • McManus Whistle

    Opportunity arose to purchase a high D blackwood McManus or high D blackwood Kerry. Need to make a decision ASAP. McManus are well known for their reputation of fine wooden instruments and likely still available to order in the future; the Kerry custom D... more…

  • Re: Walton’s Mellow D order

    I should have added this information: more…

  • Walton’s Mellow D order

    Anyone know a reliable Amazon company to order a Walton's Mellow D from? more…

  • Re: Freeman Tweaked—Missing in Action

    Thank you for the communication Mr. Freeman. I am sincerely glad you are safe and well. Thank you for your commitment to serving your communities' health during this crisis. Thank you also for the update on your business. Stay well. more…

  • Re: How does my faedog sound?

    @Life of Apple Pie, you've got grit and I admire that. Your latest responses do leave me with concern. I'll address 3 specifically: more…

  • Re: How does my faedog sound?

    @Calum I agree with your latest post. I believe the muscle memory (which includes fingers, lungs, tongue, lips, embouchure, breath, etc.) is stronger for the polymer, which is easier to get a pleasing sound out of the 2nd octave, even when over-blowing--w... more…