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Just search for "Wurlitzer tool " on eBay and make sure you click on the correct one...
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I'd love to hear some sound samples, if you're up for posting any.
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The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Re: mechanical click and quieter note on 200A
« Last post by rrgrr on Yesterday at 07:04:50 AM »
Wow, gee I wonder who that is???
OT, but I need to get that wrench, got a link?
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When my I had my 1977 Stage 73 set up by Huw at Rhodes Repair he used some Speakeasy tips from the late Steve Hayes which are harder than current supplies of tips on the market. These allow my piano to bark when I increase the treble on my Stereo Vibe preamp and play the keys hard. When I back off the treble and play softly I have a nice warm toe. I have not lost any sustain as a result of this setup. EP service NL bought out all the stock of tips from Speakeasy.
Best
Dave
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The raw sounds are great. The recordings of the electric pianos on it are very treble-heavy and need to be EQed down to sound like a standard run of the mill Rhodes or Wurly. The default sound patches are not the greatest in my opinion and need a lot of tweaking to sound "right" to my ears, so the demo clips on Youtube aren't really a fair comparison to how good it can be! With some tweaking they are really authentic sounding and fun to play.
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What exactly is your definition of bark ?

What do you think causes bark ?

Can you name a CD/track  that exemplifies your idea of bark ?
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The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Re: Plasti dip my wurly top?
« Last post by rrgrr on September 18, 2017, 09:34:57 AM »
The idea I had was so I could make it a crazy different color and not commit to it. Maybe be able to change it from show to show for fun.
I think to make it easy, I could put gaff over the speaker holes, and spray over that. If I was a better photoshop'r, I would try some visually...
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Other Keyboards & Software Synths / How old is my Clavinet?
« Last post by Rhythmicons on September 17, 2017, 10:44:30 PM »
Is there any database with which to determine when a specific Clavinet was produced?
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The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Re: Plasti dip my wurly top?
« Last post by adcbicycle on September 17, 2017, 10:10:34 PM »
I think 2 coats, maybe 3, but only one can!
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The Wurlitzer Electric Piano / Re: Plasti dip my wurly top?
« Last post by rrgrr on September 17, 2017, 09:50:36 PM »
Thanks for the detail shot ADC, looks like you used quite a bit of dye/paint to get it covered!
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