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Pianos can die from too much dryness or too much moisture. Enter Hendersonville inventor Allen M. Foote, who solved the moisture problem. Foote invented a miniature heating rod in 1947 to remove the excessive dampness out of pianos. He has subsequently sold over a million of the units worldwide.
E. H. McFarland of Louisburg, North Carolina collects old musical machines, such as player pianos and nickelodians; he restores and rebuilds the machines.