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Wed Jan 17 10:00:35 GMT 2007
Up here, the 6 at Ponteland suffer the same problem. 5 modern trebles
and an older tenor. It is not so noticeable inside but you can tell
outside the tenor is much poorer. It should have been replaced and all
6 should have been new. It spoils them.
--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "Richard Offen"
<richard.offen at ...> wrote:
> To my mind the otherwise excellent new ring at St James', Sydney is
> somewhat marred by a tired sounding Rudhall tenor trying to compete
> with seven good Taylor bells. I know it's all a question of
> availability and economics, but a shame none the less.
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