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#1170655 - 03/29/09 03:46 AM Help fixing Roland D 70
Jack Riggi Offline
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Registered: 01/04/09
Posts: 8
Loc: Flordia
Does any body know someone that likes to fix or is good at it. My Roland was in a nice case but got to hot, not even in sunlite, the key got some melted glue or somethat the has all the key stuck won't move, it need to be taken apart & cleaned, plus the is something wrong with it it need repared, maybe some new parts I live in Tampabay area in Fl. Indian Rocks Beach. anybody need here? anybody know someone around here that is Good & cheap?

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#1170707 - 03/29/09 09:36 AM Re: Help fixing Roland D 70 [Re: Jack Riggi]
Ron Alexander Offline
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Registered: 06/17/03
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Thanks for dropping by. But I think you landed in the wrong room. Most of us only work on pianos with strings and tuning pins, and actions that contain around 12,000 moving parts; those that have a wooden soundboards, and require two to four strong men to move them.

You need to step across the hall, to the Digital Piano Forum room.

Someone who is good is not cheap; someone who is cheap is not good.
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#1170747 - 03/29/09 11:28 AM Re: Help fixing Roland D 70 [Re: Ron Alexander]
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Actually, I think that is "Someone who is good is not cheap, someone who is not good is even more expensive."
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#1170813 - 03/29/09 01:53 PM Re: Help fixing Roland D 70 [Re: Ron Alexander]
Jack Riggi Offline
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Thanks I am new Here & did not know were to go. If I have any problems with my Melodygrand 88 keys I know were to go. I do have one question if this is the right place to ask. I tryed to find what year my Melodygrand was I have all the serial #s but all I could find were smaller size pianos with 66 or 67 keys, something to that size but I could not find any with 88 key. do you have any idea around what year they made them?


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