Topic: Re: OT - piano recommendation
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|Dave Sherburne NY
Years ago when my daughter was in school she wanted to play piano. A distant cousin of mine had a Munn she wanted to get rid of. I took 3 guys and went to get it in the pickup. The guy had just taken the front porch off his house for a rebuild so 3 guys could just roll it out the front door right on to the pickup. Those thing are very heavy,not going anywhere, no need to tie it down. I drove carefully out onto the road 1 block to the center of town made a left turn and over she went off the truck just missing a parked car. Took 6 guys to get it back on the truck.
Took it home put it in the garage.Did you know there's only 2 screws to take out and you can take the whole front off. When it went off the truck the front half of the top opened up so it landed on the inside of the top flipped over onto it,s knees so the only damage was to the inside of the top half of the top and the ornately carved legs of the piano. After cleanup and refinishing, there were no noticeable marks on the piano. All the dirt and dust of over 50 years was loosened up and vacuumed out. A card was found inside that said it was last tuned in 1929. Had a piano tuner come and tune it and he said it was a very high quality piano, one of the nicest he had ever worked on.
As for electric organs I have seen them go really cheap at auctions. We couldn't give away the one out of our church when it was replaced with a better one.
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