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Re: --OT: Rhodes repair in Boston area--
At 10:47 AM 7/15/00 -0400, you wrote:
>You might be able to find more information here:
Wow, thanks David!
I bought a battered Mark I Stage 73 in the early 80's, and have always
wanted to do the Dyno-My-Piano thing to it to get it all tweaked up and
improve the cement-block-like action on the beast. I was able to download a
Rhodes repair manual a couple of years ago, but the site you've recommended
has much more as far as actual mods and adjustment tips, and I may actually
be able to make my Rhodes usable again! (For music, I mean; one winter I
used it as ballast for driving my van in the snow....)
Peter, did you notice that the Rhodes Super Site lists a tech named Mark
Ross right on Boylston St.? Could be the guy you're looking for!