For those in the know, I am just outside of Pechanga Indian Reservation. If you are a So. California Classical Thereminist and you get out this way I would enjoy having you stop by my house off Murrieta Hot Springs Rd and play a tune on the purest modern day theremin ever designed, mine. (-'
(20 miles from the German and 40 miles from the Swiss border)
My house is at the same time
=> event location of the annual Theremin Summer Academy
=> one of the rare Theremin repair shops, where our instruments are not only fixed but also modified, upgraded and tuned.
=> the place where small gadgets like the EPVM1345 and the ESPE01 theremin add-on modules were born
=> the birth place of Thorwald Jørgensen's Instrument
Rob - You're from Brooklyn? We never would have guessed. LOL
The map was taken out of service many, many years ago. I think Jason became concerned about our privacy and safety. As I recall, it was quite well populated. I'd imagine it would be much more densely populated now.
To my knowledge, there are a few of us in Ohio, although we've never met and don't know each other personally. I was forced (for financial reasons) to sell my two Kees Enkelaar theremins to a couple of sound engineers/designers from the Cleveland area. Someone locally was recently trying to sell a Moog Etherwave, probably because he/she found out how truly difficult it is to play, but was unsuccessful since he/she wanted top dollar for it.
I'd like to be friends with the guy in Pittsburgh who owns the RCA. I'd love the chance to play one before I pass on. :-)