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Uber cool in my book.

OK, who has plans for it?

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In answer to your question that is cool. Way cool!

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Uber cool in my book

OK, who has plans for it?
Here's one place that has plans for several different styles. John Smith Organs

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Isn't that a Michael Jackson song?
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Very COOL

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Not only that, but probably even more important, stuff on making your own music rolls. Now if I can just figure out how to make a music roll of Highway to Hell, Thunderstruck, Ol' Slewfoot, Five Pounds of Possum In my Headlights, and a few other popular classics, I'll be squattin' in tall cotton.

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That was actually quite amazing

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Can you imagine cutting and keeping all those parts organized? And working out the punch patterns had to be a mental workout as well. Amazing. Very nervous music.
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Very Cool, but I think I'd put a motor on it. He looked tired, but was smiling at the end of the song. Was he smiling because he was proud of his organ, or smiling because he didn't have to turn the crank any more? What was he switching just behind and below on the front with his left hand?

There is another woodworking forum called "Family Woodworking" where several members have built hand crank organs. Those interested might want to search that forum for more information

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Theo I like it but this is still my favorite barrel organ, he must have used a router to make it, very cool. N

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