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im looking for a video or a opinion about using c6 on a sprial tree . thanks

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I used them this year. They looked pretty good. Sorry I forgot to make a video but I'll be using them again this year.

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Probably depends on how big the tree is and how far away your audience is. If plenty big (maybe >15'), then probably would look fine. If less than that, I think that M5/6's might look better. Some bulbs will point up, and some will point down on your spiral strands, so if the audience is close, then this may stand out more the bigger the bulbs are (meaning spiral lines won't look crisp, per se). I was very pleased with how my spiral tree turned out with M5s this year.

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10 ft tall about 30 ft from road. looking at 15 channels 10 red,10 green 10 white ,70 ct c6's is this a bad idea

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jasonbeaty wrote:

10 ft tall about 30 ft from road. looking at 15 channels 10 red,10 green 10 white ,70 ct c6's is this a bad idea
I would try and go another 5ft up at least, will make a world of difference as to how the tree will look, at 10ft it might blend in with everything else.

here is my tree, it's a 20ft'r

MegaTree.jpg

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