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Old 05-29-2008, 08:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Thomas Troubadour 184

Wow, so yea, I don't hear much about organs round' where I live and I recently was given a Thomas Troubadour 184. I am wanting to restore it ( its a little worn) so I decided to look for a basic layout on the internet. Unfortinatly all I keep running into is people wanting to sell their's and other stuff. So I decided to bring it here in hopes that mabye one of you guys would know anything about the Troubadour. If you could reply I would greatly appreaciate it. Peace!
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Old 05-31-2008, 12:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just what sort of restoration are you hoping to accomplish? how in depth are you hoping to go? is it just a button or two that aren't working or are you looking to do a complete overhaul?

a friend of mine wanted to restore an old korg he scored of ebay a few years ago. even with schematics it proved to be WAY more of a hassle than he anticipated. and that's just with a single keyboard, you're looking at a double tray self amplified monster. i'd be hesitant on just opening the thing.

have you tried contacting music stores / vintage instrument shops in your area? even if they can't help you directly they would be able to provide you with local leads if there are any.
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