Simon Walker Posted June 17, 2011 Share Posted June 17, 2011 Quote the Peter Collins website. Malpas Parish Church... restoration of the organ. `The original pneumatic action has been retained and re-set up to give the best performance possible within the constraints of its design.`http://petercollinsltd.com/restoration/malpass.html What is the general concensus on the responsiveness of a well maintained Lewis pneumatic action? This sounds like a bit of an excuse to me for the fact that is isn`t really performing up to scratch. I find it hard to believe that a Lewis action could be anything other than excellent if set up properly. What do the other techies out there think? (BTW I`ve played this organ in public twice since the rebuild and the action is letting it down... but the rest of the instrument is pure gold.) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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