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When dropping a ball on a blade with NO rubber on it -
is it true that generally a slower blade gives a deeper sound and a faster blade a higher sound?
So that the sound gives you an indication of the speed/flexibility of the blade?
Yes this is reasonable way of judging the speed on the wood. I know we used to just knock on the wood to listen to the sound it made. The higher pitch, the faster it was.
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