Question about Music
I have one ajanta Musical & Pendulum M.No.-427 wall clock and recently it stops its musical function coz all wire connection related to music section goes disconnected. and i cant figureout which connection to connect where and i dont have a same wall clock available to see the connections.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You might find help here:http://en.allexperts.com/q/Antique-Musical-Instruments-2370/Holton-Cornet.htm According to this site:http://www.horn-u-copia.net/cgi-bin/yabb231/YaBB.pl your cornet was made between 1948 to 1949. Where it was manufactured will have some bearing on its worth but the bottom line is always the condition especially of the valves and tuining slides. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
You sound like you have a good grasp of what you would like to do. There are lots of videos on Youtube of people using some of the gear you mentioned. Also check each manufacturers site for forums on the gear you would like to use. The forums usually consist of members who are all friendly and have good advice and solutions for any problems you may have. Remember that even the most experienced musicians started somewhere and are all still learning and are very willing to share what they know. You might consider using a laptop with an external hard drive. I think the Akai gear is very good and has good support and expandibility. Decide first what main pieces of equipment you would like and contact as many dealers as possible to get the best price. You may be pleasantly surprised and have enough of your budget left over for something you hadn't thought of yet. Good luck and enjoy your playing. Remember to study all your manuals carefully.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
In a sturdy box lined with some good foam for shock absorbing, i would surely use several layers of varying density. http://www.closedcellfoams.com/ has some really good materials for packaging things like this. Contact them for estimates and such.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
SOURCE: Amplifier not working
It is more likely that your input jack component is broken or damage you would have to take it apart because your circuit board may need a look at to check for damage and you will need a new input jack
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
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