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Steveo,

That kind of deal needs to be savoured over and over again. $50. Even 25 years ago that was fabulous. Congratulations.

Love these stories.
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The Fender Rhodes Electric Piano / Re: Pickup Rewinding Question...
« Last post by groovemonkey73 on Yesterday at 04:10:33 PM »
Replied! :)
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The Fender Rhodes Electric Piano / Re: Pickup Rewinding Question...
« Last post by spradders on Yesterday at 10:03:06 AM »
Cheers - I've sent you a message.
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The Fender Rhodes Electric Piano / Re: Pickup Rewinding Question...
« Last post by groovemonkey73 on July 18, 2019, 03:41:57 AM »
Hi Spradders,

Im in Norwich UK - I can rewind them for you if you want? If you have already bought replacements and still don't want them, I'd quite like the spare ones.
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The Fender Rhodes Electric Piano / Re: Pickup Rewinding Question...
« Last post by spradders on July 17, 2019, 08:03:11 AM »
Hi - slightly off topic, but I don't plan to rewind my duff pickups (approx 5 of them), so what should I do with them? Happy to give them to someone. South UK.
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The Fender Rhodes Electric Piano / Re: Small keyboard to pair with Rhodes?
« Last post by shmuelyosef on July 16, 2019, 02:19:22 PM »
For me, with a very crowded music room, the Keystep's primary virtue is how compact it is.
I ended up getting the Keystep as well, primarily for input to the MiniBrute 2S (which has an awesome sequencer, but no keyboard); this all sits easily on my Rhodes (Home-built Dyno-style case)
I'm also finding it to be useful as an adjunct to my Dave Smith OB6 which has a 'difficult-to-program' polyphonic sequencer...the Keystep sequencer is MUCH more flexible and after input they can be edited in the free app.
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The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Re: Wurly 112 Opinons.
« Last post by DocWurly on July 16, 2019, 10:07:07 AM »
You may want to replace the felts before doing the tuning.  It's easy.

The tuning is HARD on these.  Be in touch before you get into it, I have a few pointers for you that could save you days of work.
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The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Re: Wurly 112 Opinons.
« Last post by rossklemz on July 15, 2019, 03:16:05 PM »
Doc reached out to check in with me, which I really appreciated. Here is what I told him.

I've done everything I think is needed from research, minus replacing the missing reeds and and tuning. Big step yet. I've went through the amp, installed a new power cable, fully disassembled and cleaned the piano and reassembled. Did some minor key leveling and easing and repaired a few broken hammers. It's playing and sounding and feeling really neat.  Prob needs a re felt for the dampers not long after reed replacement. I am however at a standstill right now as I just closed on a new home and am renovating and moving, SO it's gonna be a minute. hahaha.
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Amps, Effects & Recording Techniques / Re: Peterson stereo pan pedal?
« Last post by Dan Belcher on July 15, 2019, 08:06:14 AM »
Vintage Vibe makes a preamp called the Stereo Vibe that is essentially a modernized, improved Peterson suitcase preamp. I bought one several years ago and absolutely love it. Super clean and low noise, good tone adjustment range, and the tremolo is so sweet, it even gives you a wider range of speed adjustment than the original Peterson.
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The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Re: Reed plates
« Last post by MoonSide on July 15, 2019, 03:27:14 AM »
Thank you for your answers.

My model is a 200.

I will remove them and do a test. If I can do without them it suits me, the setting will be much easier. I will keep them aside in case ...
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