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 Re: Euro vs American sound
Author: Chris P 
Date:   2017-07-18 19:50

Goldbeaters skin* is traditionally used to wrap reeds with - PTFE tape (Teflon or plumbers' tape) being a more modern and much more user friendly alternative. It doesn't come undone when wet and sticks to itself.

I always use wired reeds as I can adjust the aperture with the wire - the PTFE tape also covers the wire so it won't cut into your lip.

* Goldbeaters skin is the same tissue-thin skin used for making skin pads (the so-called 'fish skin'), gut strings and also the same stuff as sausage skin which is the intestinal membrane from cattle.

Chris.

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