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Ken Rich's Vintage Keys Video Blog

May 01, 2012
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Los Angeles-based supertech Ken Rich restores and customizes Hammond organs, Leslie speakers, Rhodes and Wurly electric pianos, Clavinets, all kinds of synths, and other vintage keyboards for the biggest tours and most demanding clients in the music business. In this video series, he invites us into his workshop, tells "war stories" about working on difficult instruments, offers helpful DIY tips for maintaining your own vintage keyboard treasures and more. Check our Facebook and Twitter feeds for updates when we've posted a new video to the player below.
 
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