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Shutsugan keitōzu : denshi gakki / [henshū Tokkyochō]
出願系統図 : 電子楽器 / [編集特許庁]
Bib ID 1791018
Format BookBook
Edition Shohan. 
初版. 
Description Tōkyō : Hatsumei Kyōkai, Heisei 8 [1996] 
東京 : 発明協会, 平成 8 [1996] 
262 pages : illustrations ; 06 cm. 
ISBN 4827104484
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Electronic musical instruments.  |  Music -- Acoustics and physics.  |  Patents -- Japan.
Other authors/contributors Japan. Tokkyochō
Japan. 特許庁

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