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Band Organ Tuning Stability
By Bruce Miller

Several days ago, Bill Masterman, of Tacoma, WA, had some questions and
comments regarding storage of band organs and resulting tuning issues.
He made mention of my Wurlitzer 153, which seems to remain in tune very
well, although it has not been stored in a heated area for many years.
Robbie commented, "It seems that your friend's Wurlitzer 153 organ has
been well restored and maintained."

This organ is a tribute to the talents and abilities of the late Mike
Kitner.  He spent some time with us here several years ago, and really
put the 153 into shape.  He was a good man and a good friend.  We will
miss him terribly.

Bruce Miller
Issaquah, WA

(Message sent Fri 2 Feb 2001, 09:00:52 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

Key Words in Subject:  Band, Organ, Stability, Tuning

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