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How to protect your ceramic ocarina; Tips & Tricks; Tips for playing storage and travelling.
Topic Started: 24 Apr 2008, 06:30 PM (16,425 Views)
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A. Nony Mouse
Heh heh...is there anyway to stop someone from running off with your ocarina?
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27 Apr 2008, 01:32 AM
so true...all of my musical instruments are very precious to me.....only if I really trust some one with my life would I think about letting them touch my ocarina...
I wouldn't.

You'd be suprised
27 Jun 2008, 10:06 AM
Since most neckstraps are pretty ugly, I cut them off and add suede leather ones in a matching colour (sometimes with a bead or two knotted on for decoration).
I admit I never use the neckstraps myself, they're simply there for times when someone asks to look at one of my ocs! I never let someone hold my ocarina unless I wrap the neckstrap around their wrist a few times BEFORE letting them hold it!
Still droppable.

Does any one know where to get an ocarina wrist strap/neckstrap +
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7 Jun 2013, 08:45 PM
1 Apr 2013, 01:36 PM
Okay, thanks Fred. I live in Canada though, so they will not ship gun cases here from Amazon, etc. Could somebody please tell me a way to make a soft, comfortable case out of things found around the house?
I'm not Jack nor Fred, but I went shopping today for something that could serve as a soft pouch for my new DragonTooth, wich came totally unprotected. And then I had a brilliant moment:

OVEN MITTS! :grin:

1. Buy oven mitt in desired colour, or get it from the kitchen (the padded version obviously, not silicone)
2. Push the thumb thingie inside, it offers a bit more protection. Alternatively, cut off thumb and stitch hole on the inside (turn mitt inside out to do so)
3. Use self-adhesive velcro to close open side of mitt, fasten with needle&thread if desired
4. Fold excessive mitt flap, fasten with elastic band, button, velcro or other fastening material

Done in less than 10 minutes! :)
So doing this.

P.S. please not copyright!!!
Edited by Qwervy, 2 Apr 2016, 01:24 PM.
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