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Smoking lowering the passagio?

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smoking changes everything, definitely would affect passagio.

heat & chemicals in smoke make the inner layers of cords fuller with fluid (self-protection), so they are heavier, pitch generally goes down. Swelling also limits stretch and fine-control, so passagio would be harder to negotiate.

(over time in heavy smokers, cords also change color from pink-white to dirty yellow. )

'nuff said?

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