[Bell Historians] Writtle

Andrew Aspland aaspland at y...
Tue Feb 1 18:26:28 GMT 2005

I think there is a slightly more subltle difference - in that the 1 and 2 of
twelve are probably about the same weight whereas the 8 and 9 will differ by
a fair margin. I tend to prefer the flat6 option because you get a heavier
and deeper light eight, an opportunity for a light ten, and a weight profile
more akin to an eight with that tenor weight.


Is not the main difference really that the 2# gives a ring of eight
that is one bell lighter than the alternative? If the main reason is
to get a "light" ring of 8 then this is the sensible scheme.
However, if you might ever want a light 10 ................


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