I am back. Please read the following blanket apology I am sending
to all who have emailed me in the last two months.
D. L. Bullock has been through the wringer and still ain't dry yet.
I had to move the entire piano shop.
At that very time, my ISP's local node subcontractor quietly switched
off and closed its doors without telling my ISP or any of their local
customers. It took them two weeks to find a new local node and get
things up and running. While I was trying to figure out why I could
not log onto the net, I blew away some stupid jot or tittle or file
that stopped my browsers from talking to any open connection. That
also included mail software. I have been over one month without any
connection and it is very good to get back online. However, I now have
150 Emails in my box. I will eventually get to you and your questions.
Please be patient, as I am still trying to get the shop put together
so I can complete several pressing jobs. I believe the new location
down on "Antique Row", on Cherokee St. in St. Louis, will be good for
my niche market of sales. I have large show windows that now have reed
organs and player pianos in them and have gotten lots of attention even
though our showroom is not open yet.
I have not moved all the unrestored player pianos, so there are still
some available at the $100.00 price (you move it) until I have to
move it. After it is moved the price will be a minimum of $400.00.
Look for my website coming soon at "Thepianoworld.com"
Thanks for your patience,
D. L. Bullock Piano World "Antique Row" St. Louis