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Paper Roll vs. Computer Disk Player Pianos
By Bob Hodge

[ Rowland Lee wrote in 090916 MMDigest:

> Today's costly computer-disk operated piano will probably seem
> about as exciting as a 1980's domestic video player in 15 years,
> and may well be prohibitively expensive to repair when the parts
> are no longer available.

Prohibitively expensive?  More like impossible, seems to me!
Open up a dead hard disk drive sometime and you'll see what I mean:
completely unserviceable -- and parts availability has nothing
to do with it.

Bob Hodge

(Message sent Thu 17 Sep 2009, 18:09:08 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

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