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Jump to new posts Re: OT - Going Hiking by Monica K. @ 08/20/14 10:13 PM

Heck, I'm relieved to hear that SAM is still on the go! I was worried about that leg injury. Glad to hear that the trails are getting flatter and easier.
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Jump to new posts Re: Need help with a piano purchase by Freece65 @ 08/20/14 10:12 PM

I grew up in Milwaukee but moved to Waterford about 20 years ago. I have inlaws in Rosholt which is about 20 miles NE of Stevens Point. I have a problem with the "playing them". Its been so long I cant play anymore. I really miss it now fo
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Jump to new posts Re: Need help with a piano purchase by Markarian @ 08/20/14 10:07 PM

Hmm, looks like the Schiller Berlin is a Pearl River with a bunch of German parts in it. Most fascinating. http://www.schillerpianocompany.com/uncategorized/berlin-5ft-3-inch-grand-piano-ebony-polish
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Jump to new posts Re: Need help with a piano purchase by terminaldegree @ 08/20/14 10:05 PM

Indeed, Schiller is a house brand for Laabs. They also have a variety of used pianos that may be in your price range (though you're pushing it, trying to find a grand for that small of a budget. It's possible, but the pickings can be a little slim)
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for new Grand Piano; SoCal Area by JonathanNV @ 08/20/14 10:05 PM

My two cents: (1) I bought a new Estonia L168 this past March. It is a marvelous piano, mechanically delightful to play and wonderfully sounding. (2) I purchased this piano from Benjamin Kim of Kim's Pianos. His pricing was "highly competitiv
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 35 --- General Discussion Room by piano_primo_1 @ 08/20/14 10:04 PM

The 2nd half ,,, being I am still on dial up ( yeah it Ďs a shame-( but the where I live didnít even have dsl until a year ago or so,, .......... So I went to the library to download the zips, which made this easier than......... waiting and waiting
Adult Beginners Forum
You've gotten a lot of great advice already. I'd like to point out my biggest concern: lessons are a place to which you bring problems, not solutions. If you've already solved something, what do you need the teacher for?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai CS6 by Sally Conran @ 08/20/14 10:01 PM

PikaPianist, Thanks for your thoughts on the CS6 and CS7. Also, many thanks for your beautiful you tube posts. Your playing is wonderful as are your selections. I'll check in on your site regularly!
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: hreichgottNice playing for a year and a half, kobethuy! congratulations Why do you have earphones in while you play? The earphones allow me to listen to the subtlety and the sharpness of the key I pressed very useful when pl
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Jump to new posts Re: Changes to NY Steinways Recently by Markarian @ 08/20/14 09:58 PM

Originally Posted By: terminaldegreeI really like the look of the underside of the piano not slathered in black paint - it's the one thing (besides the adjustable music desk) I wish my 'A' had. Indeed! I really would love to see what the whole pian
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Jump to new posts Re: Changes to NY Steinways Recently by Rich Galassini @ 08/20/14 09:56 PM

Originally Posted By: Markarian I am surprised by what appears to be a heckuva separation in that rim. That should not be there in a new piano - or a 70 year old piano, for that matter. I could be mistaken as this photo might be misleading. H
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Jump to new posts Need help with a piano purchase by Freece65 @ 08/20/14 09:55 PM

I want to start out by saying "Hi" to everyone in the forums. I havent played in approximately 25 years or better and am looking to buy a piano in the very near future. (Possibly tomorrow depending on what goes on here.)I will be resuming
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Jump to new posts Re: Bosendorfer by terminaldegree @ 08/20/14 09:53 PM

Originally Posted By: Jonathan BakerAnd if that lottery ticket were really a big winner, then I would get both a Bosendorfer 280 and a Hamburg Steinway D. I like how you think!
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Jump to new posts Re: Changes to NY Steinways Recently by terminaldegree @ 08/20/14 09:51 PM

Originally Posted By: PianoWorksATL Owen, I believe you could satinize the glossy lacquer fallboard to make it the traditional satin. You'd still have fingernail marks but against a satin background, it might be an improvement for you. Thanks, Sam
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Just Tuned a Kawai 5'10" Grand Piano KG-2E by Paul678 @ 08/20/14 09:51 PM

It was a pretty nice piano, although the action was a bit heavy for my taste, and the owner had it voiced way too bright in my opinion. Kind of a big gig for me, because he normally uses Enrique Rosano, so I made sure my unisons were clean, and th
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Jump to new posts Re: Need Help Locating Baldwin Model and Year by BruceD @ 08/20/14 09:50 PM

No one except a piano tech actually examining the piano could give you an idea of its current value. Value depends upon condition, and condition doesn't just mean appearance and how it plays, although those help. It also means condition of the acti
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland RD800 impressions and Comparison by petes1 @ 08/20/14 09:50 PM

Gwilly -- I think it's a cool accent, that's all! I love my Canadian friends, love the country, and head out there as often as I can, even if only to grab me some Tim Hortons and poutine!
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Jump to new posts Re: Bosendorfer by Jonathan Baker @ 08/20/14 09:48 PM

The minute I win the lottery I will purchase a Bosendorfer. I would take a new Bosendorfer 225 over a new Steinway B. If I had to choose between a Bosendorfer 225 and an 1890 Steinway C rebuilt to perfection, then that would be a difficult choice, a
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Jump to new posts Re: Changes to NY Steinways Recently by terminaldegree @ 08/20/14 09:47 PM

I really like the look of the underside of the piano not slathered in black paint - it's the one thing (besides the adjustable music desk) I wish my 'A' had.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OT - Going Hiking by jotur @ 08/20/14 09:31 PM

I was so relieved to hear that Wrinkles is still on the go. Congratulations on getting thru the tough part - you've earned some downhill/flat stuff Cathy
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Jump to new posts Re: My New Kawai K-500 by Rickster @ 08/20/14 09:29 PM

Originally Posted By: smrkdownFive pianos? I don't have that many rooms in my apartment. Well, I suppose I am somewhat of a piano fanatic... but I can think of some worse things to be a fanatic about. Rick
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Jump to new posts Re: How Much Can I Sell My Kawai KG-3C? by Markarian @ 08/20/14 09:23 PM

I played a 70s Kawai that I was super-impressed with, but I think it was bigger. That's a nice-looking piano tho!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Drinking and drug addiction is rife in the classical... by Francisco Scalco @ 08/20/14 09:22 PM

I get VERY frightened before recitals, but I find it adds to the performance... if there's not that element of anxiety, it feels like practice to me. I hate it, but I need it.
Adult Beginners Forum
Do I understand this correctly: you won't be going back to your solfege class (which you completed away from campus and about which possible legislation is in the works), but you are questioning whether you want to go back to your (private?)piano te
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Jump to new posts Re: FLAT-STRUNG PIANOS by pyropaul @ 08/20/14 09:18 PM

192kbps AAC is almost equal to 44.1Khz/16bit CD audio - it is not superior. In double blind tests, you will probably not hear a difference, but you will be able to hear that 128kbps mp3 is inferior. 320kbps will be almost impossible to detect. As 19
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