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Tuning Scale of 13" Komet Music Box
By Ken Vinen

Asking all MMD for help with information for a music box restoration.
The problem is a Komet disc playing music box, single comb, 61 notes,
that uses a 13 inch (approx. 33 cm) disc.

The leads are totally fused together and must be replaced.  There is
_no_ tuner's mark or any information to be found on the comb, and no
sound can be had to even guess at a starting point.  So far, no other
example of a 13-inch Komet has been found.

Any suggestions or details would be greatly appreciated that could help
save this music box.

Thank you from
Ken Vinen in Stratford, Ontario, Canada.


(Message sent Wed 6 Mar 2002, 23:55:50 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  13, Box, Komet, Music, Scale, Tuning

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