Re: Supertone history & identification
Thank's for the reply. The top of the chimneys are machined flat, and are not "rolled over" or have any kind of rounded edges where the pads land on the top of the chimney. I had assumed that this was a method of manufacture from another post I had read.
Is it possible to tell a soldred tone hole from an unsoldred one?
Thanks, I was wondering what pitch it was tuned to, and haven't had a chance to check it yet, as I'm just making goose sounds at this point. I'm such a noobie, but still having fun.