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    A visit to the Pease Collection

    Three buildings full of vintage reed organs, harmoniums, melodeons, square pianos, "grand" pianos, player pianos, various woodwind and brass instruments, automata, etc.

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    I met Nelson and Beverly Pease today. Nelson found some replacement reeds for my George Woods; he has a *massive* trove of reeds, organized by year and manufacturer. He even found the relatively rare chamfered reeds I needed. Also massive troves of actions, stop rails, stop labels, etc.

    And to top things off, he deals in classic American auto parts also, and had a replacement exhaust manifold for my 1958 Nash.

    Photos of some instruments that interested me, primarily because of the number of stops each has. Sterling, Smith American, Estey, Mason & Hamlin. Really like that Smith American.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/6ma2ULbTTR7yzkVs9

    The shop is located on Main Street in Palmer, Massachusetts.

    Tom M.

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    The big pipe top Estey 2MP on the back wall of the music store is the one I helped reassemble last summer. You probably didn't see half of what he has, it would take an 8 hour day to look at everything in the 4 buildings (not counting the garage behind the music store).

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