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Standard Player Piano Action Brochure
By Craig Brougher

In the message of Feb 1, '99, I caught a typo that sure was wrong.
I claimed that Standard Pneumatic Action Co. measured pneumatic valves
oscillating at 1250 cycles/second.  As well as I recall,  that just
can't be.  I must have remembered wrong.  As I think back, it was
probably 1250 cycles/minute.

Does anybody have that old fancy Standard Player Piano brochure?
It even contained samples of all their materials, where they came from,
and why Standard thought them to be superior.

I think of all the memorabilia in "Playerdom," that brochure was the
most interesting, authoritative, and valuable artifact I have ever
read.  So, if you've seen one and have read it, please be sure to quote
it here!  Thanks.

Craig Brougher


(Message sent Wed 3 Feb 1999, 21:43:58 GMT, from time zone GMT-0600.)

Key Words in Subject:  Action, Brochure, Piano, Player, Standard

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