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Short History of Hammer Felt by Vincent
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Back before the Great Depression of 1930, felt and hammer making in the United States was arguably at its zenith. I think most of us are familiar with, or at least seen and/or heard, that type of vintage hammer. If you have serviced early ...
Piano timeline by Vincent
The piano-forte was an evolution of the harpsichord, the improvement on the elder instrument being the gradation of dynamics from soft to loud and loud to soft. The old "harp shape" was carried over from the harpsichord and adapted well to this ...
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