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Digest NrSubject and Author
2017.06.25.04Structural Differences In Steinway D Players, from Dax King
2015.08.30.03FS: Parts from Standard Action Players, from Tom Noble
2014.11.30.07Replacing "Perflex" Pouches in Universal Players, from Pete Knobloch
2014.11.30.06Replacing "Perflex" Pouches in Universal Players, from John A. Tuttle
2014.11.30.05Replacing "Perflex" Pouches in Universal Players, from Robert Loeffler
2014.11.27.06Replacing "Perflex" Pouches in Universal Players, from Bill Maguire
2013.07.23.09FS: 1925 Vintage Players & Parts in Albuquerque, from Pete Knobloch
2012.02.20.07FS: Push-up Piano Players in Pennsylvania, from Tony Marsico
2011.12.10.05VirtualRoll MIDI System for Pneumatic Players, from John Grant
2011.10.31.07FS: Kimball & Welte Pipe Organ Roll Players, from Elton Hanneman
2011.08.17.07FS Free: Push-up Piano Players in France, from John Tibbles
2011.04.27.06FS: Dynavoice Keytop Piano Players in Montana, from Thomas Tomlinson
2009.11.17.07Suction Boxes for Modern Aeolian Players, from Bill Maguire
2009.11.16.05Suction Boxes for Modern Aeolian Players, from Pete Knobloch
2009.11.15.05Suction Boxes for Modern Aeolian Players, from Richard Ingram
2009.11.15.04Suction Boxes for Modern Aeolian Players, from Howard Goldberg
2009.11.14.02Suction Boxes for Modern Aeolian Players, from Eric Bergstrom
2009.11.13.10Suction Boxes for Modern Aeolian Players, from John A. Tuttle
2009.11.13.09Suction Boxes for Modern Aeolian Players, from Robbie Jacob
2008.09.14.03FS: Aeolian 65-note Push-up Players in Sydney, from Paul McCloude
2008.05.26.06Seek Vorsetzers & Push-up Players in Europe, from Miguel de Mattos
2006.02.21.05Oversize Drive Chuck in Modern Aeolian Players, from John A. Tuttle
2005.07.28.04FS: Players, Rolls & Parts in Indiana, from Bruce Mercer
2005.07.27.15FS: Players, Rolls & Parts in Indiana, from Bruce Mercer
2005.05.29.11Roll Players, Pneumatic-to-Electric, from Tom Grace
2004.12.16.03Back Problems & Tuning Modern Upright Players, from Bill Maguire
2004.07.04.02Stained Glass Panels in Disc Players, from Mark Singleton
2004.01.10.01Needham Paragon & Smith Lyraphone Push-up Players, from Christofer Noering
2003.07.12.01Wilcox & White Angelus Push-up Players, from Gregory Filardo
2002.11.24.09Longevity of Pneumatic vs. Solenoid Players, from John A. Tuttle
2002.02.01.06176 Note Vs. 116/58 Note Aeolian Organ Players, from Mike Walter
2002.01.31.06176 Note Vs. 116/58 Note Aeolian Organ Players, from Paul Morris
2002.01.30.09176 Note Vs. 116/58 Note Aeolian Organ Players, from Carl Dodrill
2001.12.03.01L. B. Doman of Maestro, Amphion & Artona Players, from Dave Kerr
2001.11.20.0365- & 88-note Push-Up Players, from Dan Wilson, London
2001.09.02.02Free Upright Players, from Ed Brusle
2001.08.02.07First Built-In Players, from Dan Wilson, London
2001.07.21.04Modern Players That Tear Up Rolls, from Don Teach
2001.06.21.08Seek Aeolian Players in UK, from Miguel de Mattos
2001.04.09.08Steinway Pianos With Ampico Players, from Don Teach
2000.09.24.08FS: Unrestored Players in Boston Region, from Thomas Ahearn
2000.08.29.04Hot Hide Glue is Superior for Rebuilding Players, from Craig Brougher
2000.07.21.06Wurlitzer Residence Organs Rolls & Players, from Jim Crank
1999.12.21.08Hammer Rail Lift Compensator For Upright Players, from Andy Taylor
1999.12.06.12Pushup Players Have New Home, from Ray Fairfield
1999.11.29.04Pushup Players Have New Home, from Marc Kaufman
1999.11.26.08FS: Pushup Players, Free, from Marc Kaufman
1999.10.01.12Old Electric Record Players and Changers, from Chris Kalstone
1999.09.30.20Old Electric Record Players and Changers, from Bill Mintz
1999.07.26.16Solenoid Players in Upright Pianos, from Craig Brougher
1999.07.25.11Solenoid Players in Upright Pianos, from Andy Taylor
1999.05.06.12Baldwin Players & A. J. Norris Co., from Steven Phelps
1999.04.12.17Piano Players In Hood River, Oregon, from Bernard Trotebas
1999.04.07.07FS: 78 RPM Record Players, from Craig Smith
1999.02.18.06Value of Vorsetzers and Push-up Players, from Dan Wilson, London
1999.01.18.09Pianolists Play Pedal Players, from Malcolm Cole
1999.01.16.15Pneumatic Players Are Reliable, from Craig Brougher
1998.12.05.11Theme-Accompaniment vs. Split-Stack Players, from Douglas Henderson
1998.11.21.04Rosewood Jesse French Players in Australia, from Colin MacKinnon
1998.09.06.07Old Players That Still Play, from Andy Taylor
1998.08.23.16Last 65-note Players in UK, from Dan Wilson, London
1998.07.22.17Electronic Developments to Players, from Roger Waring
1998.07.17.05Ampico Reproducers and Solenoid Players, from John A. Tuttle
1998.06.22.1865/88-note Players, from Gary Rasmussen
1998.06.22.1765/88-note Players, from Julian Dyer
1998.06.22.1665/88-note Players, from Richard Vance
1998.06.13.17Obsolete Kimball Players, from D. L. Bullock
1998.05.18.04Simplex & Symphony Piano Players, from Dan Wilson, London
1998.05.12.03Literature About Organ Players, from Andy LaTorre
1998.03.25.10Skinner and Aeolian Pipe Organ Players, from Ed Gaida
1998.03.16.12Wurlitzer Solenoid Players, from John A. Tuttle
1998.03.15.15Wurlitzer Solenoid Players, from John A. Tuttle
1998.02.17.07Time-to-Overhaul of New Players, from John A. Tuttle
1998.02.14.08FS: Chickering & Wurlitzer & Artecho Players, from D. L. Bullock
1998.02.04.17Types of 65-note Roll Players, from Hal Davis
1998.02.03.08Seek 65-note Players, from Mike Carey
1998.01.24.16Solenoid Players and Push-up Players, from Len Railsback
1998.01.24.16Solenoid Players and Push-up Players, from Len Railsback
1997.11.28.07Rebuilding Players Full Time, from Brian Thornton
1997.11.27.02Rebuilding Players Full Time, from Andy Taylor
1997.11.26.12Restoring Players, from Roger Waring
1997.11.26.11Rebuilding Players Full Time, from Rob Goodale
1997.11.24.11Rebuilding Players Full Time, from Andy Taylor
1997.10.24.04MIDI and Disk Players, from Mike Carey
1997.10.17.03Restoration of Players, from Roger Waring
1997.10.15.11Organ Roll Players, from Dick Beery
1997.09.03.04Otto Higel Players, from Jeff Davis
1997.07.31.13Un-gutting Players, from D. L. Bullock
1997.07.29.09History of Keytop Players, from Dave Kerr
1997.07.28.19Electrical vs. Pneumatic Players, from Roger Waring
1997.05.24.10Ragtime Kits, Players, Debts, and Questions, from Bob Ebert
1997.05.21.15FS: More Players in UK, from Brian Chesters
1997.05.12.03Jacob Doll and Sons Players, from Scott Currier
1997.05.08.19List of Unrestored Players Available, from D. L. Bullock
1997.05.08.17Gutted Players/the Bright Side, from John A. Tuttle
1997.03.10.14MIDI Players Have Computer Viruses, from Rick Cooley
1997.03.06.10Solenoid Players, from Dan Wilson
1997.03.06.09Solenoid Players, from Tom Steuer
1997.03.05.15Solenoid Players, from John A. Tuttle
1997.03.05.14Solenoid Players, from Craig Brougher
1997.03.04.14Solenoid Players, from Robbie Rhodes
1997.03.04.13Solenoid Players, from Craig Brougher
1997.03.04.12Solenoid Players, from Larry Kellogg
1997.03.03.16Solenoid Players, from John A. Tuttle
1997.02.20.11Quality of Modern Players, from Bruce Clark
1997.02.19.07Quality of Modern Players, from Ken Noto
1997.01.29.16Adding Recordo to Foot-pumped Players, from Ron Rainville
1997.01.24.06Switched-Off Keys and Keytop Players, from Damon Atchison
1997.01.23.16Adding Recordo to Foot-pumped Players, from Ron Rainville
1997.01.22.11Re: Dating Aeolian Players, from Dan Wilson
1997.01.21.13Dating Aeolian Players, from Don Teach
1997.01.10.06Re: Mechanical vs. Electronic Music Players, from Dan Wilson
1997.01.09.03Re: Mechanical vs. Electronic Music Players, from Ed Gloeggler
1996.11.05.02New Players; Electronic Teaching Tools, from Jody Kravitz
1996.11.05.01New Players as Teaching Tools, from Martin Spitznagel
1996.10.19.05Re: Question About New Players, from Larry Fisher
1996.10.18.06Re: Question About New Players, from Terry Macham
1996.10.06.0288-Note Players Playing Reproducing Rolls, from Karl Ellison
1996.10.02.05Re: Question About New Players, from Larry Fisher
1996.09.29.02Introduction and Question About New Players, from Greg Farmer
1996.08.28.03 Players For 65-note Rolls, from Bryan Cather
1996.08.10.03Fire Hazard in Grand Players, from Craig Brougher
1995.12.13.08 Players pianos and sources for parts, from Joyce Brite
1995.12.12.05Footpumping 88 Note Players, from George Bogatko
1995.07.24.01Replacement Gear for Kimball Players, from Brad Greening

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