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Boyd Autoplayer disposal

Post by jonnytepp@gmail.com » 15 Apr 2018, 00:21

Hi - Anybadvice has n how to get rid of an unwanted autoplayer? Inherited 25 years ago and no longer in wanted. I grew up with this piano. It was refurbished 30 years ago at great expense -£700 I think -by my parents as it had sentimental value. It is in working order with rolls. It cost me £250 to move it from London to Dundee 25 years ago. Any advice??

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Re: Boyd Autoplayer disposal

Post by Gill the Piano » 17 Apr 2018, 18:20

See if there's a local(ish) pianola society who might be interested and there may be a pianola specific website where you could offer it. It would be nice if it went to an enthusiast rather than someone who only wants a piano - and as a piano they're big beasties which a lot of people find hard to accommodate. Good luck!
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Re: Boyd Autoplayer disposal

Post by Gill the Piano » 17 Apr 2018, 18:23

Found the playerpianogroup.org.uk and pianola.org.uk .
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