I think this is a great idea! I used to travel to peoples homes and
either stay with them, or the more affluent would put me up in a hotel
or motel. I would rebuild their piano on the spot, usually on their
kitchen table, basement workshop, or a front porch. The mobile workshop
would have been wonderful.
[ Visitor Mark wrote about the Maud Player in Kentucky: ]
> Average condition on the outside. Needs thin rubber hoses replaced
> on the inside (I can hear air moving but its not going to where it
> needs to). All mechanisms look in good working order and surprising
> enough the piano seems to be in tune.
How often have we heard that?
I have found that most piano owners have no conception of how
complicated a player unit can be. When they see all the work that has
to be done, they are more willing to pay the price.