TWO BRAINS ARE ALWAYS BETTER THAN ONE! ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO REED MAKING!

This week Guest Kevin Eberle joins My Summer Cane Reviews with his Thoughts on the RIEGER Gouged and Gouged, Shaped and Profiled Cane. His Higher Altitude, Instrument (FOX 601), And Wider Reed Style Offer A Different Perspective to the MY Lower Altitude, Instrument (HECKEL) and Narrower Shaped CANE REVIEWS!

Guest Kevin Eberle
Guest Kevin Eberle

HERE’S A LITTLE SNEAK PREVIEW. SOME OF THE RIEGER CANE HAD A TENDENCY TO TEETER-TOTTER! OFTEN TIMES MAKING IT HARD TO FIT INTO THE PROFILING MACHINE.

Rieger Cane that wants to Teeter-Totter aka One End Sits Higher than the Other.
Rieger Cane that wants to Teeter-Totter aka One End Sits Higher than the Other.

BUT OOOH! THIS CANE DID NOT WANT TO CRACK! Sigh of Happiness!

A few of Rieger Blanks I Made- NO EXTREME CRACKING.
A few of Rieger Blanks I Made- NO EXTREME CRACKING.

COME ALONG AS KEVIN AND I TAKE YOU THROUGH OUR DIFFERING EXPERIENCES AND STYLES!

THE SUMMER CANE REVIEWS ARE ALMOST COMING TO AN END.

I have a Danzi Post Coming in 2 weeks and this will Complete the Summer Cane Trials. And Yes, I am Aware that it Feels Like FALL. 😉 Each Cane Review Requires Processing the Cane, Making the Reed, Breaking the Reeds in and then Offering You Guys My Thoughts. So All the Reeds were Made in the Summer and I am Just Now Finishing Up from the Work! I HOPE YOU ENJOY!

HAPPY BASSOON-ING, EVERYBODY

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