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Loc: Sandy Eggo, California
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Sure have .... seen them in green and grey. Not often though, but there again I dare say being in the game for so many years I think maybe I have come across most strange things not normally regarded as the norm.
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Loc: Conway, AR USA
Honky-tonk was sometimes performed in saloons, etc., on old uprights with open front and rather gaudy embellishments on hammers and harp. Have even seen thumbtacks placed in the strike points for added tonk to the honky.
Edited by bkw58 (08/03/1312:25 PM)
Bob W. Retired piano technician Conway, Arkansas