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the Pocket Music Library, a Steampunk MP3 player

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"Hey did you hear the news? You know that chap Will Rockwell? The eccentric gentleman from America, whose house might as well be a factory for all the dreadful clanging and hissing and sparks and smoke coming out from any and every hole, you’d think he was fashioning a personal steamship – but I digress. The man emerged from his laboratory or workshop or mad house, whatever you wish to call it, with a wondrous contraption that he calls the Pocket Music Library. We could hardly believe our eyes and ears"
Thanks to Technabob for this creative introduction, and here is the latest version of the Pocket Music Library. This is the fifth of the series, based around a reliable 2Gb Impecca MP3 player which also plays video, holds pictures, records audio and has an FM radio built in. The Pocket Music Library hinges open so the player can be removed for charging and loading from your computer. I have included a few of my personal favorite tunes for your enjoyment. This player comes in a custom tin box, and includes earphones, USB cable, and instructions. All player functions are controlled through five brass buttons on the case, which is covered in brass with brass pipes, tank and gauge (non-functioning). This is a functioning work of art, it is signed and dated by Will Rockwell with an engraving on the back.

the Pocket Music Library, a Steampunk MP3 player

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