I'll start off with a tweaking tip for Clarke whistles. This one's good as a stock Clarke nearly makes you keel over dead after the first tune. After this tweak, the air requirement is down like 200% and the sound and intonation is still the same.

 

 

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Put some blue tack at the bottom of the head (push it with a pencil, for instance). Then scrape the blade a little bit in order to erase the small irregularities, with a nail file. It improves the sound of the high octave.



Sarah Elizabeth said:

Alright, I have another question. I actually have a Feadog, and I'm wondering if anyone thinks it's one of the squeakiest things they ever heard sometimes and if they've got tips to combat this. LOL Maybe I'm a worse player than I thought....

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