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Mountain Ocarinas; Quality durable inline ocarinas
Topic Started: 20 Nov 2009, 04:02 PM (40,478 Views)
Saki
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It shows up on the old version of the website. But I don't think they're back. It might be worth emailing and asking ng though.
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This i think:
http://www.mountainsocarina.com/b/products/
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Saki
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Hype train choo choo
Now I'm excited again
Edited by Saki, 17 Jan 2015, 06:24 PM.
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I'm excited, especially since it uses the left thumb hole to play high D. One of the reasons I ended up returning my MO was because I couldn't stand switching thumbhole patterns between my two ocarinas.

I'll be kind of disappointed if it doesn't have low B though. I rarely ever need low A but I find myself using low B all the time.
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When he was throwing out prices earlier in the year, honestly the price range he suggested sounded very low. I think he said like $50? This is a very precisely crafted double ocarina, and I think it should be competing with clay doubles in price range, not with single chamber plastics.
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The top chamber plays like the lower one, one octave up.
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I just wanna buy my vaporware ocarina. I've been waiting for the Coda since like, 2010...
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