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FS: New Wurlitzer 165 Roll 6836 by Richie Poor
By Matthew Caulfield

I am having 16 copies made of Richie Poor's debut Wurlitzer 165 roll,
roll 6836, and they will be for sale at the Wabash Mid-Am rally on July
21, 2007.  Most of them are already spoken for by people who have heard
them in sound-font emulation on my web site, but there may be a couple
left.  First come, first serve at $70, in Wurlitzer-style boxes, with
fabric leader, and neat label.

The next roll, roll 6837, is being mastered now and should be ready
before fall.  It should be a few dollars cheaper, because we've gotten
the wrinkles out of the mastering process now, I hope.

Matthew Caulfield
Irondequoit, New York

(Message sent Fri 6 Jul 2007, 14:25:21 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  165, 6836, FS, New, Poor, Richie, Roll, Wurlitzer

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