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FS: Soloelle Player Action & Solo-elle Rolls
By Jere DeBacker

Does anyone out there have a Soloelle piano or need Solo-elle rolls
for one?  Or, want one?  I have a Soloelle stack, complete with the
head and tracker bar and a dozen or so Solo-elle rolls.   Would love
to find a good home for both.

Jere DeBacker
Denver, Colorado

 [ The Soloelle player system was built (or licensed) by the Soloelle
 [ Co., New York City, a subsidiary of Kohler & Chase, San Francisco.
 [ QRS made the "Hand-Played Solo-Elle" music roll for retailers, e.g.
 [ A description of a Soloelle system in a Knabe upright is at
 [ Other MMD articles about the system and rolls are indexed at
 [ and 
 [ -- Robbie

(Message sent Tue 2 May 2017, 13:52:18 GMT, from time zone GMT-0700.)

Key Words in Subject:  Action, FS, Player, Rolls, Soloelle, Solo-elle

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