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 Post subject: Re: Your Fearest L@@K- Kutztown Slideshow Spring 2021
PostPosted: May Sun 23, 2021 2:22 am 
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jhalphen wrote:

I went to Kutztown once +/- 2004 with Philadelphia friend Peter W.
For me, a TV guy, some nice sets : working color roundie & a RCA 630TS early PostWar.

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I am good friends with Peter and he purchased this Wurlitzer console from me here is a picture of it when I delivered it to his summer home on the way home.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Fearest L@@K- Kutztown Slideshow Spring 2021
PostPosted: May Sun 23, 2021 9:05 pm 
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That Wurlitzer is a real beauty!

I see why that pic you took of George and Myself didn't get in the slideshow. I broke your camera :lol:

The lighting definitely wasn't right :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Your Fearest L@@K- Kutztown Slideshow Spring 2021
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That Wurlitzer is a real beauty!

The lighting definitely wasn't right :wink:

-Steve


The weirdest thing is as befits Murphy’s Law I brought that radio to two previous meets where it garnered little interest. Then after I sold it to Peter two different people told me they would’ve bought it.

As far as the lighting it’s medium bad to terrible because all of the light really comes from the back generally when shooting under those pavilions. I often use fill flash but it isn’t always the most flattering

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 Post subject: Re: Your Fearest L@@K- Kutztown Slideshow Spring 2021
PostPosted: May Fri 28, 2021 3:04 am 
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John,
I don't frequent the Club/Events sub-forum, but I always check out your Kutztown pics if I see the thread. No way I'll ever be able to attend one, so your wonderfuly pics will have to suffice. An errant click brought me here tonight and your post was immediately sized upon. Thanks!

I tried to brighten George and Steve's day a little. :wink:
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 Post subject: Re: Your Fearest L@@K- Kutztown Slideshow Spring 2021
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John,
Thanks for posting the pics of the show.
I liked the Bulova clock radio ( among others). Anyone remember what the asking price was for it?

Funny I never see a movie dial set there.
Henry


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 Post subject: Re: Your Fearest L@@K- Kutztown Slideshow Spring 2021
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Thanks for clearing up that pic Ed! :D

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