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Old 11th June 2019, 03:01 AM   #11
bigswidy is offline bigswidy  Canada
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Originally Posted by etalon90 View Post

I'm 3hrs north of you. (Cold Lake)

Are you taking order? I would be interested in a ~200hz round tractrix to cover 300hz-1500. (probably a BC 6PE13 or maybe a PRV 5MR450.)

Thanks for the wow this is my first attempt at building horns although working with wood is a passionate hobby of mine I don't think I am ready for orders as I have not seen any horns with this type of construction. Segmented turnings can be very beautiful but also unstable and can crack. With no testing these might sound lousy and I'm guessing they will take some fine tuning but if you have a drawing of a horn I would be happy to take a look at the dimensions to see if my tools would even be able to build them
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