> From: email@example.com (John McClure)
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Sun, 15 Mar 1998 12:55:43 EST
> Subject: Ariston Organette
> I just purchased an Ariston 24 note organette at a local antique show.
> It came with about 30 cardboard discs and is in wonderful original
> condition, but alas, here's my cry for help..its missing its crank.
> Would other owners share a description, or would I be too lucky, do
> replacements exist? Also where would I find additional music.
First I`d like to get a list of the numbers and titles of those discs :)
Second, the crank is quite easy... just take a 6mm bar and cut a thread
of about 1 CM length at one end and then bend it to a crank:
o =wooden part of crank
finally drill a 6mm hole into what u want to make the holding of the
crank (mostly pear-shaped piece of wood):
/ \_____ --> instrument side
============ <--drilled hole
But, of course, you can also get a crank from over here... just tell so.
> Thanks, John McClure JRMMLD@aol.com.geentroep or 770-977-1207
greetings by(e) InK
P.S.: remembers me that I still have to repair a 24-Ariston... *sigh*
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