Cotton wick after two weeks.
Decided to try a QuigTip.
Last edited by MickeyRat; 07-20-2012 at 11:29 PM.
Interesting twist this thread has taken. I played with these a while back but never implemented them because they are made of wood. But if you ever have looked at them they have Many tiny tubular substructures within the tube itself.
However with the advent of cotton to insulate the wood from burning, I could see this (picture this) cutting the reed on several slants or conical shaped underneath the cotton batten rolled Q tip type set-up. The reed would effectively replace the syringe as the capillary tube.
You know this is getting pretty "Hippy" right?
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