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Piano Technicians Work a Tough Job!
By Dan Wilson, London

Bruce Clark said:

> Many years ago, I attended several PPG meetings and the majority
> of members at the meetings had no interest in players at all. At the
> time, not one could answer one question I asked. Several told me: "tear
> out those damn players and save yourself a lot of trouble!"
> Needless to say, I never joined their jolly group.

This can't have been the London PPG, can it ? I've been a member since
1967 and while the PPG social meetings are certainly jolly and possibly
even vague, I can't recall a single occasion where you were remotely
likely to meet up with folk who advised you to gut a player. Was this a
tuners' benefit meeting ?

Dan Wilson, London

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