Maybe I am just about to say something really stupid...but....
You are talking about "early last spring" , "end of the Summer"
Could the moisture of the air have something to do with your problem.
Maybe it depends of the weather..maybe next spring will sound as good as
We all know that Tin-Whistles are very sensitive to the temperature of the
air and it's moisture when talking about to be or not to be in tune.
Maybe your whistle was voice by Copeland in a climate similar to you
Spring.....Maybe what I think is stupid...so then sorry.
Josť Luis Ferrari Jaso
Buenos Aires - Argentina.
> First off I'd just like to thank everyone who answered my questions about
> Chris Abell's whistles. You were all really helpful and I appreciate it a
> lot. Now I have another, more serious question. I am the proud owner of a
> Michael Copeland brass whistle in D which I bought from House of Musical
> Traditions early last spring. As those of you who are at all familiar