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    Tineo

    Anyone ever heard of it? I just made this trumpet out of it. Beautiful wood, with some pink, brown and tans in it

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    Beautiful. Are those game calls?
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    That is some pretty wood. Now please explain the trumpet part..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Beautiful. Are those game calls?
    Yessir it is

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Douglass View Post
    That is some pretty wood. Now please explain the trumpet part..

    Not exactly sure why they are called trumpets, to play a trumpet you actually blow air into the instrument. To use one of these calls, you are going to pull air into the call by sucking the air in. These calls take some experience to use, but are absolutely deadly mid to late season. My best guess as to why they are called trumpets is due to the shape
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Chadwick View Post
    Anyone ever heard of it?
    Interesting stuff: http://www.cookwoods.com/Tineo.htm



    A little rich for my blood, though...

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    Bill

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    I got a small piece at Woodcraft for $6, I think it was 1.5x1.5x12
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    Looks mighty fine.
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    Very nice, Lee. Until you posted this one and the curly cherry trumpet, I'd not seen this type of turkey call. Great work.
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    Beautifully done
    The perception of perfection is perfectly clear to everyone else

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    Lee, I wondering if maybe you could make a little video demonstrating oh that trumpet works. Really has my curiosity up!
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