raspy single reed diaphram?

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raspy single reed diaphram?

Postby moredneck » April 26th, 2013, 3:37 pm

I'm learning to use a diaphram call and I have a question? I can yelp, cluck, and purr. My queastion is does a single reed suppose to be raspy? The call is a primos sonic dome

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Re: raspy single reed diaphram?

Postby Gopherlongbeards » April 26th, 2013, 3:49 pm

typically the multiple reed calls with the various cuts are raspier. I know people say you should start out on a single reed, but I don't really agree with that. I have always found double and triple reed calls to be easier to run.

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Re: raspy single reed diaphram?

Postby moredneck » April 26th, 2013, 4:32 pm

well I have two calls i'm learning on a single reed primos, and a raspy old hen by hunter specialties. The raspy old hen is kinda raspy. I'm just wondering on the single because I can't really hear the two notes on my yelps

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Re: raspy single reed diaphram?

Postby icdedturkes » April 27th, 2013, 1:47 pm

Single reed call is the most difficult to sound like a turkey on.. Easy to make noise, difficult to sound like a hen.. Get a 2 or 3 reed call with a basic V cut..

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Re: raspy single reed diaphram?

Postby moredneck » April 27th, 2013, 10:04 pm

But if I have the cadence down could I call turkeys?

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Re: raspy single reed diaphram?

Postby eddie234 » April 28th, 2013, 8:49 am

IMO, cadence is very important. I have trouble with anything other than a two reed call. The raspy old hen is a good call and I can get a nice rollover with it, and a good cadence. called in many a bird with both. turkeys are like people they all have different voices.
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