Yup, our next door neighbor, a professional organist nd our temp pastor, did an advent concert on Schlicker pipe organ and built a zimbelstern using a little kid's 45 rpm phono player with a little metal 'dinger" and a bell. It worked great!. Bernie in ND > Junk shop, 45 RPM record player. > > noel > > > On Nov 2, 2008, at 2:33 PM, Jerry Akers wrote: > >> Hi Mark, >> >> It all hinges on what kind of motor you are going to use. AC or >> DC? You definitely want to find a small, quiet, low RPM unit... >> >> I have made many of these for use on Rodgers organs (and others). >> So, let me know when you decide on a motor and I'll help you with a >> circuit that will work with it. >> >> Best regards, >> Jerry Akers >> >> From: Mark Veazie <mveazie@xxxxxxxxx> >> To: analogorgans@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >> Sent: Sunday, November 2, 2008 10:00:59 AM >> Subject: [analogorgans] Zymbelstern >> >> Greetings All >> >> I want to add a zymbelstern to my Rodgers that is already setup for >> it. Just for fun I thought I would try to build one. I have the >> best platform for it. Does anyone know where I might acquire a >> schematic diagram for one? Ive spent hours on the internet with no >> luck. >> >> >> Thanks >> Mark Veazie Palm Desert, CA >> >> > > This list is provided by Frog Music Press at www.frogmusic.com.