Ca pin block repair-broken tuning pin
Mon, 15 Sep 2003 00:06:18 +0200

On zondag, sep 14, 2003, at 23:57 Europe/Amsterdam, Tom Driscoll wrote:
> Andre,
> 	Did you read the part about the very modest nature of this
> piano?
> 	 It was my judgment that this piano did not warrant the
> investment of my clients' money and my time for a big repair. Twenty
> minutes and five bucks worth of CA and this thing is tunable and
> playable.
> 	Are there pianos that deserve more than a "band aid"? Of course,
> but the limitations of a 1930's stencil piano in my opinion make the CA
> repair the best choice in my opinion.
> 	Time will tell on the longevity of the CA pin block treatment
> but buying some years of use for an otherwise unusable piano such as
> this is for little cost and effort makes sense to this technician.
> 	Respectfully
> 	Tom Driscoll RPT

No Tom,

I have not read that part about the modest nature of the piano.
My reaction is just a reflex. When I read about pinblock dope I am 
beginning to scratch my head and wonder why, that's all.

With equal respect for you,
and friendly greetings,

André Oorebeek

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