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    Just saw this for the first time today and was blown away! I never knew this existed back then! The Keaton Music Notation Typewriter, first patented in 1953 by Robert H. Keaton from San Francisco, California.

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    Awesome. What did they do before that?

    all the best...

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    Wow never seen one before.

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    That's awesome. Even by today's standards it looks like it could work very quickly if you knew how to use it properly.
    Six piece Mapex Armory, Black Panther Blade and Orange County Custom snare drums, Centent Emperor cymbals, and Vater Drumsticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kay-gee View Post
    Awesome. What did they do before that?
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    - Tom

    Everyone loves FREE... like this free drum forum. But like your car and even your drums, they require upkeep and maintenance and that requires money.

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    On behalf of Drum Bum, thank you for your consideration. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone!


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