Sysops, please return me to the listserv. [done]
I spent the last three months in Internet hell. I am back now with a
newly updated computer, and new Internet service. I am glad to be back.
I have a few updates on Piano World. We now have a mall store. We are
the local dealer for the wonderful Petrof piano (Czech Republic) and are
adding several other brands to be announced soon. We have been turning
out reed organs like there was no tomorrow. Most recently finished
organs are a Prince Melodeon, a Mason Hamlin, a Netzow, and next week a
Geo. Bent Queen organ. We also took delivery of two Vocalions for a
Customers collection. We finished a Kimball Player piano from 1910, the
one with only one door to the spoolbox crammed up next to the lid. This
puts the spoolbox above the hammers so the piano can be less deep than
most players. We are finishing up a St. Louis Piano Manufacturing Co.
square grand. Our building now has the new City Museum in it. The
million dollar piano, the Julius Bauer has been moved to the museum and
is being played most days. We now have a firm commitment to have us
finish the installation of the Wicks Theater organ in the old East High
School in Denver which we started years ago. Their money raising has
I hope no one was peeved by my not answering any of their email to me.
I have not received any since last November. We also had a very busy
Christmas. Things are doing quite well. We are still working on a
webpage and hope to have a complete online catalog with photos of every
instrument that is available. We are shooting for summer or before.
Complete inventory of instruments is going on presently. We will have
everything listed from the $295.00 unrestored player piano to the $1.4
million Bauer. We just got two unrestored 5'8" Chickering Ampico A's if
anyone is interested.
D.L. Bullock Piano World St.
[ I've put you back on the subscription list. Welcome back. --Jody