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Mountain Ocarinas; Quality durable inline ocarinas
Topic Started: 20 Nov 2009, 04:02 PM (36,160 Views)
hirohiigo
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As my Polycarbonate G is falling apart now (glue is just disappearing in some places), I might upgrade it to a wooden model.

Doesn't Mountain Ocarinas have a lifetime warranty on ocarinas? I remember their site saying that if your ocarina ever breaks they'll replace it for free.
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DavidRamos
1 Dec 2009, 08:14 PM
hirohiigo
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They sure do!
mountainsocarina.com/info.htm
 
4) A Lifetime Guarantee:
We want you to feel free to take your ocarina along with you. Therefore, if one of your MOUNTAIN OCARINAS® ever becomes inoperable due to accidental damage, we will replace it free of charge with an ocarina of similar value.


I love those aluminum ocs! I think the brass/gold gives the impression that it's of a more professional caliber.

And @hirohiigo - I totally just noticed this, but why on earth is :link: playing a pan-flute instead of an :ocarina: in your sig?!?! :shakefist:
That's one of the main reasons I want to get a Mountain Oc. They sound nice, but that great of service is a good way of attracting me.

And, Link is playing a pan flute because that's what he plays in Spirit Tracks. :) And because I adore the picture.
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Just ordered my first Mountain Ocarina... the polycarbonate in G. :) I can't wait to get it.
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Tundraman
11 Aug 2010, 11:57 AM
Received my Polycarbonite C and G, and so far I'm very impressed. I just wish that the C still has the pinky hole for the left hand.

I'm having some difficulty using the thumbholes compared to transverse ocarinas but I should get used to it. I certainly will be be looking into this "ProRange" :D
The trick to holding an MO while playing the high notes is to use your pinkies to push the ocarina inwards towards your mouth while releasing the thumbholes. The mouth does a pretty good job of supporting inline ocarinas.
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