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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000060.txt from 2004/12

From: "D. Blumberg" <FilmPromotion@-----.net>
Subj: RE: [kl] Re: Reeds
Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2004 18:59:21 -0500

Forest, I'm figuring that you know the answer already if you thought
of it, but for those who don't, the thickness has zero to do with the
strength. A #3 will be the same dimensions as the #5 - the difference
is the density of the cane. Fibres have to do with the density, not
the cut.

David Blumberg
http://www.mytempo.com

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From: "Forest Aten" <forestaten@-----.net>
Subject: RE: [kl] Re: Reeds

> Stiffer reeds tend to have closer fibres - so, even when thinned
down,
> they
> last longer, are more reliable and don't get soaked.
> Roger S.
>
>
>

????

How does a finishing cut, making a reed thicker or thinner, make any
difference in the closeness of "fibres"?

Just a thought...

Forest Aten

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