Watch these six free videos. From there…Practice. Practice. Practice.
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It’s easy and fast to change out the reed in the Enchantress. Simply pull the cow call apart, exposing the reed. Remove the reed and set a new reed in its place. Please DONOT remove the screws on the Enchantress. Here’s a quick video on how to replace the reed.
Under normal circumstances, our reeds can last between two to three weeks. However, factors such as frequency of use, amount of air pressure, and heat can reduce their longevity. It’s important to have backup reeds on hand and be prepared to replace them when required.
It’s always best to be prepared for the unexpected. Don’t get caught without a backup reed while out in the elk woods. Our recommendation is to carry at least two (2) extra reeds for quick and easy access during your hunt.
If your call stops working correctly, check the reed. Ensure the reed is clear of debris. Also, check the reed for any tears or holes. Once the reed is clear of debris, set properly and in good condition (no holes or tears), place the cover back on your call and let it rip. If this doesn’t work, try replacing the reed.
The Enchantress call is extremely sensitive to heat, particularly its reed. Avoid leaving it inside your vehicle on a hot day or cleaning it with chemicals, as this can weaken the call’s structure. To maintain the integrity of your call, keep it away from direct sunlight. If you need to clean it, do so carefully with a damp cloth, using water only. You can also rinse the reed with water, but again, avoid using any other liquids.
Your Enchantress should be stored in a cool, dark and dry place during the off season.
Need to clean your cow call? No problem! Just swipe it clean with a damp cloth, but be sure to use only water. Using chemicals could harm the call’s performance. And don’t forget to give the reed inside the Enchantress a quick rinse using water only.
Do not worry – this is normal. Your call is working correctly.
To produce the resounding calls of the biggest bulls, you are going to need Slayer Calls’ Swagger Bugle Tube. In this video, we’ll guide you through the process of connecting the bugle tube to the Enchantress for enhanced amplification. Please note that unscrewing the nut is required to attach the tube to the Enchantress. Once attached, the nut should then be securely tightened.
To achieve the desired low tone when using the Enchantress Cow Call, you need to use voice inflection – think of humming or growling into the call. Simply blowing air into the call won’t produce the desired sound. Be careful not to apply too much pressure on the button as it can cause the Enchantress to make higher pitched sounds. For more information on how to effectively use the Enchantress Cow Call, check out these six free instructional videos.
No need to worry, this is completely normal. Your call is functioning properly. When assembled correctly, the tongue will secure the reed in place.
If the reed falls out with the cover in place, something is notworking correctly. Please give us a call at 888-314-0805.
Unfortunately, no. While the Enchantress is a powerful call with its own unique sound, we’ve yet to find a hunter who can chuckle with the Enchantress. If you have figured it out – we need to talk!
The support of the hunting community has been humbling. We’re incredibly thankful. Customer satisfaction, delivering high-quality products and making our calls here at home, in the USA, is top priority for us. For 2024,we strongly encourage you to order early and make sure you have backup Enchantress reeds well in advance of your hunt
It sounds like you were an early adopter and supporter of Slayer – thank you! Please give us a call at 888-314-0805.
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