does a wood recorder sound better than a plastic

    
does a wood recorder sound better than a plastic    14:03 on Tuesday, February 26, 2008          

lamears
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Posted by lamears

i have nether tried a wood which sounds better?


Re: does a wood recorder sound better than a plastic    02:13 on Wednesday, February 27, 2008          

lamears
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Posted by lamears

thank you for that


Re: does a wood recorder sound better than a plastic    18:09 on Thursday, March 13, 2008          

Scotch
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Posted by Scotch

Naturally, there are different qualities of both wooden recorders and plastic recorders, but, mutadis mutandis, all else being equal, wooden recorders sound much different from plastic recorders and are much superior to plastic recorders. They are also, unfortunately, almost invariably more expensive than plastic recorders. I have no trouble affording a wooden sopranino or soprano recorder, but I've been slightly daunted at the cost of a wooden alto recorder, more daunted at the cost of wooden tenor recorder, and completely taken aback at the cost of a wooden bass recorder.


Re: does a wood recorder sound better than a plastic    11:34 on Saturday, April 5, 2008          

lamears
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Posted by lamears

thanks for that


Re: does a wood recorder sound better than a plastic    19:59 on Wednesday, April 9, 2008          

MusicDreamerGirl
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In music class we have been playing recorders! We use Yamaha plastic recorders and they sound beautiful! The wood might sound nice if it's higher priced but I suggest you go with plastic because they have a clearer sound and a little less diffuculties.


   




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