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for example the cost of a full rebuild will be from about 00-00. This response (throw out the old) is sort of like saying throw out that old Strad fiddle (golly, it is hundreds of years old! Oh get serious, he's talking about a ludwig upright, not a Chickering or a Strad 'fiddle'. Obviously he knows pianos where you have much to learn. The piano dealer/tuner thought enough of it to put some time energy and money into it...
just ask yourself about why you would want to do that when there are oodles of better pianos that would cost less than rebuilding an old upright. Pianos are extraordinarily complicated musical instruments, not just machines, and their quality varies enormously. I have owned a rebuilt 1914 Chickering upright that was one of the finest instruments I ever played.
In 1969, Jerry Shirley was chosen to drum in a new band led by Steve Marriott and Peter Frampton. Along with bassist Greg Ridley, and manager Dee Anthony, the Pie started a 6-year journey that stormed the US and defined Arena Rock – bigger sound, bigger contracts, and bigger parties.
The author's focus was round-badge drums, though "Stop Sign Badges" and "Square Badge" drums have been included in the log in order to show certain patterns and to support the analysis of the Round Badge era drums.
This book was out of print until Rebeats republished it in 2003. Jerry Shirley's recently published Memoir, edited by Tim and Jon Cohan.
Here is a hard rock memoir – essentially an authorized bio on the endearing British rock band Humble Pie – as told from the drum throne and backstage hallways during the emerging days of the Seventies classic rock era.
Written in his own voice and with a wicked musician sense of humor, Jerry details the vibrant scene that created the explosive sound of heavy rock.
He explains how sessions were conducted by iconic engineers like Glyn Johns and Eddie Kramer, describes his session work with Syd Barrett and George Harrison and tells amusing tales like drum shopping with the Who's Keith Moon.