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I'm in the process of overhauling a 1937 Conn 6m Naked Lady. I'm trying to decide which pads I want to use on it. I've never worked with rolled tone holds so I'm unsure of what to expect with this. Does anyone have suggestions/advice for my situation?
I'm considering roo pads or pads from feree's.
I've never used roo pads so I was wondering how easily they will seat?

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James Stup
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I've had two done with White Roo Pads. Both played great. According to my tech, as long as the key cups are flat and the tone holes level (by lifting not filing) - rolled tone holes are not an issue.
 

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Don't use a hard pad of any material, if you're not familiar with leveling rolled tone holes.
 
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