Re: Re: Tips and Tricks...continued from old forum!

draaiorgel buddy_offline.gif   Super Moderator star.gifstar.gifstar.gifstar.gifstar.gifstar.gif SM.png [img height=85 width=110]https://detectorstuff.digdesigns.com/forum1/uploads/avatars/avatar_214.gif?dateline=1351393537[/img] Posts: 1,030 Thanks Given: 657 Thanks Received: 248 in 185 posts Joined: Nov 2010 Reputation: 5 Warning Level: 0%  Post: #41RE: Tips and tricks   My best tip is to stick with the machine of your choice for at least 2-3 years. This will give you time to really get to know it and all the different sounds it can make. Then and only then you will become a really good hunter. The problem with most learners is impatience to match people who've had their machines for years. The bad news is it doesn't happen in a few days, a few weeks. or even a few months. If you keep changing machines you have to start from the very beginning again. Every make of machine has it's own sounds and quirks, and will take a long time to understand it.    Ian n Eileen. HH.