Guest Geoff McMahon Posted July 25, 2005 Share Posted July 25, 2005 The point is, I think, that there is a sort of reflex action here, that any organ is better off in its original state than in any other. And that is sometimes simply wrong, especially as most German pneumatic actions are really ghastly, partly because they use pressures that are too low and action runs that are too long. Electrify the lot, I often say, and cause jaws to drop! BJ May I suggest that a more appropriate sweeping statement (suggestion) might be restore it properly or trash the lot. If the instrument has merit to any degree, it should be restored I think. If it does not, one ought to have the courage of ones convictions and simply start again. John Pike Mander Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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