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  • Salt Ash, New South Wales
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Unknown album (04/12/2016 09:35:35)
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Dec 7, 2016
Steven Miles left a comment for bruce white
"Thank you Bruce for the link, I'll check it out."
Mar 31, 2014
bruce white left a comment for Steven Miles
"Steve.  Once you get the hang of beating tins, it does not take long.  Only about a 3/4 hour.I chase acoustic sound and I like the variety different tins give. My instruments are good for session play if you want to cut through the…"
Mar 30, 2014
Steven Miles commented on bruce white's blog post Tin bottom beating to resonator shape
"Looks like lots of work. Really beautiful job, bet they sound great."
Mar 30, 2014
bruce white commented on highnoon's group Tin Can Alley (tin builds)
"Just finished this tinny.Tuned EAdg or DGdg. Taking it to muso today to play in Sydney pub band tonight.  A bit exciting because I rarely hear my instruments played.  Bruce"
Dec 6, 2013
bruce white joined highnoon's group
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Tin Can Alley (tin builds)

Group dedicated to instruments made from cookie tins, bean cans, biscuit tins, gas cans, metal lunch boxes..... come help us build and play them!See More
Dec 5, 2013
bruce white commented on bruce white's status
"Thanks Mario. Bruce.  Have to go out.  Talk to you later Bruce"
Dec 5, 2013
Mario Poggio commented on bruce white's status
"Bravo!   Beautiful works"
Dec 5, 2013
Mario Poggio left a comment for bruce white
"Thank You, Bruce.  In Italy there was people able to build a whole car from sheet metal,  real artists named "battilastra"   (sheet beater).  Now is quite impssible to find one.  But I search and  research.…"
Dec 5, 2013
bruce white commented on bruce white's blog post SOME THOUGHTS ON BEATING TIN BOTTOMS TO A RESONATING SHAPE
"Dear Mario. Welcome to club.  I suggest do not start on a beautiful tin first.  Do a few cheap tins first for practice.  Would like to see picture of of beautiful ancient tins of your wife. Bruce"
Dec 5, 2013
Mario Poggio commented on bruce white's blog post SOME THOUGHTS ON BEATING TIN BOTTOMS TO A RESONATING SHAPE
"Now I'm a member, I can comment your "final thought".  I agree, I sign in.  And your tutorial about hammering tin boxes is beautiful.  Today I've buyed 3 beautiful wine box, I will trade 2 with some metal one of my…"
Dec 5, 2013
bruce white posted a status
"Here is link to old web site I had when making palm frond instrument. http://biscuittinbanjos.com/oldfrondsite/"
Dec 4, 2013
bruce white posted songs
Dec 2, 2013
bruce white posted a blog post

Quality Street tin sound

Here are some notes played on Quality Street tin.4string_wav_.mp3See More
Dec 2, 2013
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Dec 2, 2013
bruce white commented on bruce white's blog post SOME THOUGHTS ON BEATING TIN BOTTOMS TO A RESONATING SHAPE
"Hooray.  Thank you Jim.  Really pleased to see there is someone just 600k away with the same idea.  I will go find him.  Thanks again.  Bruce"
Dec 1, 2013

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Welcome to the Clubhouse! How did you hear about us?
c.b. gitty web site
What instruments are you building or playing?
palm fronds and biscuit tins

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Quality Street tin sound

Posted on December 2, 2013 at 3:00pm 2 Comments

Here are some notes played on Quality Street tin.

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Tin bottom beating to resonator shape

Posted on November 29, 2013 at 11:26pm 3 Comments

The following is a picture of a tin beaten as described.

SOME THOUGHTS ON BEATING TIN BOTTOMS TO A RESONATING SHAPE

Posted on November 29, 2013 at 5:10am 5 Comments

SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT BEATING TIN BOTTOMS TO A RESONATING SHAPE.

FIRSTLY BEFORE YOU BEGIN

Select a tin less than 10cms deep and at least 20cms wide. It is hard to move a hammer inside deep tins.…

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At 7:28am on March 31, 2014, Steven Miles said…

Thank you Bruce for the link, I'll check it out.

At 1:56am on February 16, 2014, Ted Crocker said…

At 2:14pm on December 5, 2013, Mario Poggio said…

Thank You, Bruce.  In Italy there was people able to build a whole car from sheet metal,  real artists named "battilastra"   (sheet beater).  Now is quite impssible to find one.  But I search and  research.  I'm proud of your friendship

Mario

 
 
 

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