Nas Brain
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Paul keenan replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"Michael Cronnelly tunable is not a bad starter flute IMO . Volume and tone yield excellent encouraging results also it being tunable and virtually maintenance free is another bonus"
Oct 16, 2016
Bertil Flink liked Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice
Oct 14, 2015
Bredna Overend replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"I too have a Forbes Delrin keyless flute.  It booms out the low D wonderfully, and I really like playing it.   I also have a Delrin 6-keyed Seery flute, and it responds very differently to the Forbes, having a beautiful sweet…"
Jun 16, 2014
Tom Smith liked Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice
Aug 31, 2013
Michael (Mike) Meyerstein replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"Biscuits with crux in them? mmm... sounds like a tasty, crunchy recipe. My mate, when we were boys, once bought a lump of fake, synthetic dog poo to leave on the living room carpet. It looked very realistic but it certainly smelled better than the…"
Jun 18, 2013
Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"I think the crux of the biscuit is just that - natural materials feel, smell and look better than synthetics, therefore you/the brain automatically assume it's better :)"
Jun 18, 2013
Michael (Mike) Meyerstein replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"I also (try to) play the Northumbrian smallpipes and the set I have (by Dave Shaw) is made from lovely natural materials, i.e. wood, brass and leather. There is something wonderful about the cobbler's-shop smell when I open the case and the…"
Jun 18, 2013
Danna Hotmar replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"Thanks Larry Mor! I will consider that. Even if flutists have different opinions you cannot deny our passion!"
Jun 17, 2013
Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
Jun 17, 2013
Danna Hotmar replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"I am loving the discussion by the way. The more information/opinion the better. Plus I just like to "hear" people talk about flutes! This site definitely needs more discussions. I may have to start some of my own."
Jun 17, 2013
Danna Hotmar replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"I am a fellow flute player totally smashed by all the different opinions out there as I also try to upgrade from my Casey Burns folk flute. I love my CBFF, however, I cannot tune it and it is missing a little bit of power. As I gain more experience,…"
Jun 17, 2013
Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"Never underestimate the placebo effect! At the end of the day it's what *you* hear and feel, and are happy with :) I had a uilleann piper friend drop his jaw to the floor when trying out one of Andreas Rogges Delrin chanters. He still plays his…"
Jun 17, 2013
Michael (Mike) Meyerstein replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"But there is one important point that you are overlooking. I paid Euro2600 for a six-key Pratten-style flute in Blackwood from a famous maker. So now I have to believe that a cheaper flute in Delrin could not possibly be as good. No amount of…"
Jun 17, 2013
Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"I think the reason is that wood *is* a "nicer" material, more traditional, more attractive etc etc, besides, the work involved in making a flute out of Delrin vs a wooden one is identical, the only difference really is that you can do all…"
Jun 17, 2013
Michael (Mike) Meyerstein replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
"As for the Pepsi challenge, it's difficult. It would be better if the same tune was played on both clips and if the recording equipment was not overloaded and therefore clipping. But the point is well taken that both sound to be very good…"
Jun 17, 2013
Michael (Mike) Meyerstein replied to Nas Brain's discussion Irish Flute Advice in the group Flute Players
Jun 17, 2013

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Town
Santa Monica
Your County or State
CA
What Instrument ( inc Voice ) Do You Play ?
tin whisle, irish flute (soon)
What level are you at ?
Intermediate Level 1 (1-5 years)
Provide any other information here
I want to play trad music with other musicians!

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At 19:07 on April 24, 2012, Tony Lawless said…

Hi Nas. Great if you will start a group. Just go to the Groups tab and you can add it there. Thanks a mil. Tony

At 21:20 on April 22, 2012, Tony Lawless said…

Hi,

Welcome to the site and thanks for joining. Here is your welcome message

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