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Playing Reproducer Rolls on 88 Note Pianos
By Bob Conant

In a message dated 95-12-12 00:56:47 EST

>
> Bob Conant suggested covering the end holes of the 88-note tracker bar with
> drafting tape to play Expression/Reproducing rolls...I've been tempted to try
> this, Bob, but am bit worried about gumming up the tracker bar...after
> removing the tape, will I need to clean it with anything? Fantastik, 409,
> etc.? Thanks for your help!

I generally use drafting tape instead of masking tape because it is not as gummy to start with. I don't leave it on all the time so it doesn't get a chance to harden up as masking tape sometimes will if left on too long. Finally, if needed, use a bit of alcohol (the rubbing kind) on a Q-tip or soft lint free cloth to clean off any residue.

Hope this helps,

Bob Conant


(Message sent Tue 12 Dec 1995, 14:30:15 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  88, Note, Pianos, Playing, Reproducer, Rolls

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