On Sun, 22 Oct 2006 15:43:20 +0100, Michael Johnson wrote:
> Very busy I'm afraid jack but we lurkers read all!!!
I ain't exactly a lurker, but the topic of piano stools in Louis seize
or what have you just doesn't seem worth even reading. All those notes
got deleted unread.
And without whating to offend Jack; perhaps I just lack the baptism of
the early kit yars or of kits in general. Whatever. I don't bother to
read about trying to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, either. And
then to rise from that task and dride the Dolmetsch at eBay?
>I can't imagine that the sound produced by all these choirs is worth so much
as a single tuning. In short a harpsichord in name only.<
Well, if that doens't apply to a slabside, I don't know what does.
I'll take the Dolmetsch any day to even most any kit.
What's the point? Time is money, trite as the saying is. What makes
our business so expensive is certainly not the materials involved. So,
the time involved in the futile attempt to make the worst possible
slabside into a hpschd is just wasted and perhaps even enuf to make
As much as the slabside dosn't interest me in the least, an honest
summary of the elapsed time when it is playing would interest me. Will
Now that Julian is back, his many voiced monologue should at least
'Dogs look at you like they know
what you've done, and they're going to tell the other dogs'