Joe, lots of good stuff there, trouble is it's already happening! well, most of it.
The piano is in the brightest part of the room, by a window, the Marimba is by a big sofa, on very thick deep pile carpet.
The only thing I'm not doing is to use ribbons, I have two, but they aern't a matched pair, may give them a go though.
Going into a hall would be good, I must admit, and it would simplify the recording, I could get away with using an appropriate stereo pair, probbaly. That's on the agenda, now I've just got to look for a nice small/medium church or hall.
Hugh, yes, a friend has just bought a Merc for the very same reasons you have, makes perfect sense. I bought my Griff pretty much sorted, the work was done by the previous owner in 2011, chassis rebuilt, coated etc, engine done, it's quite high mileage 81,00, but given the work it was a good buy. I had to have the head off recently, oil leak, turned out the bolts were stripped, so that cost an arm and a leg, thread inserts, new gaskets, seals etc. But all is quiet on the Western at the moment, that's all you can say as a TVR owner! My local TVR specialist was very surprised at how good the engine looked inside, so hopefully no more trouble, for a while. Off this morning to get the MOT done, then to the coast to watch the Dakota's fly over to France!
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