[78-L] A bit o' grit

Ron L'Herault lherault at bu.edu
Thu Jan 3 10:36:45 PST 2013

And a paint brush has the amazing knack of making small splatters fly great

Ron L

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Remember when people used to smoke? Possible an ash landed with just enough
heat to melt a teeny bit of the plastic and, well, you know. Do you have a
little inspection microscope? What's it look like?


On 1/3/2013 7:16 AM, David Lennick wrote:
> On 1/3/2013 11:46 AM, Julian Vein wrote:
>> On 03/01/13 16:41, David Lennick wrote:
>>> Does anyone have any cure, outside of using a chisel, for a bit of 
>>> grit that adheres to a fine-groove lp and causes skips and/or 
>>> repeats and does not come out with either the professional cleaning 
>>> methods (Monks et al) or a carefully aimed fingernail?
>>> dl
>>> _______________________________________________
>> Can't help, but does anyone know what this mysterious substance is? 
>> I'm sure we've all experienced it.
>>         Julian Vein
>> __________________________________________
> Mysterious extra-terrestrial material, obviously. I just got 
> lucky..the piece in question is a scherzo with tricky alternating 
> rhythms, but the section is repeated at the end. (And then I flipped 
> the disc and ran into another repeat, but that was a mild scratch, 
> easy to repair.)
> This disc is cursed. By me. Several times.
> dl

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