Analogaddict Posted October 22, 2013 Share Posted October 22, 2013 Guys and gals, I just purchased an A-100. It's in great condition, plays and feels super. I'm going to replace my RT-3 chop with this, mostly because I want pedals and I got a really good deal. The only problem is logistical - I have a basement studio, and it's rather tight. There are two ways in, the preferred way is down L-shaped stairs, 6+5 steps, which may turn out to be too tight. I've been measuring and I actually made an A-100 size cardboard box that I tried up and down the stairs, and it seems to fit, but if I'm mistaken we'll need to go through a laundry room where there's more space but more stairs - and more trouble; - If we have to take it in that way, we'll need to put the Hammond standing on its side through the last turn. There's no way it'll get through in any other position. What do I need to think about before doing this? Do I need to seal the oil cups (it's newly oiled)? I'll use a piano moving company. There's an upright piano in the studio that got down the stairs with little difficulty, it's longer than the hammond but 4 inches thinner, and it made it through the turns like nothing. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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