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Regulating the Piano Action
By Herbert Huestis

The hammer stroke is almost always 1-7/8".  The hammer rail is shimmed
to provide this distance.  The thing to do is to follow the Reblitz or
other regulating directions carefully, beginning with key height, key
dip, leveling keys and regulating the action with the keys in.

There are a number of books on the subject and most of them have it

Herb Huestis

(Message sent Wed 22 Jan 2003, 07:59:58 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

Key Words in Subject:  Action, Piano, Regulating

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