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A rare SiCo Omega suppressed RDS...

...also works on SBR!

and a JPoint on a 7.5"

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A headstone from an old pioneer cemetery:


And Mt. Jefferson as shot from the Timberline Lodge parking lot which is on Mt. Hood.



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AWESOME! I FEAR I WOULD SOON GO BROKE IF I LIVED THAT CLOSE TO ASA! LOL


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Piano Keys from my well loved 1929 Waterford and Son's upright grand.

The sticker is so my youngest can find middle C

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Some great photos here.
lizardman_u, that one of Mt. Jefferson is spectacular.




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Some great photos here.
lizardman_u, that one of Mt. Jefferson is spectacular.


Thank you.

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Some great photos here.
lizardman_u, that one of Mt. Jefferson is spectacular.


I really like the piano. I didn't know they made a grand in a upright configuration. Care to elaborate?
 
 
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Some great photos here.
lizardman_u, that one of Mt. Jefferson is spectacular.


I really like the piano. I didn't know they made a grand in a upright configuration. Care to elaborate?
 


Upright grands stand about five feet tall whereas a spinet is much shorter. It is just a way to differentiate between a full size upright and a smaller spinet. Spinets were for the parlor where the soundboard only extends a foot or so above the keyboard.

The top of this piano is about three feet higher than the keyboard.

The Waterford and Sons have rounded corners on the cabinet instead of being square.


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