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Modern Duo-Art Player Won't Play Duo-Art Rolls
By Christofer Noering

Hello!  Yes, there was a player called the Duo/Art (note slash, not
hyphen) which played regular 88-note rolls I think, not to be confused
with the Duo-Art (hyphenated) reproducing piano, which also can play
regular 88-note rolls.

Apparently the holes in the margin have different functions on either
piano;  I remember myself the lowest bass notes and the highest treble
notes of a Duo-Art being activated on rewinding a regular 88-note roll!

Best regards,
Christofer Noering
Stockholm, Sweden

(Message sent Thu 28 Jun 2012, 09:17:44 GMT, from time zone GMT+0200.)

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