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Jump to new posts Re: Video available from "How It's Made" by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 12:39 PM

Originally Posted By: Rich GalassiniWe just can't keep a beautiful selection because our sales outpace our production constantly. I suppose it isn't the worst problem to have, but it is a problem. That sounds like a good problem to have. The video i
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: "Piano Lesson Myths" by keystring @ Yesterday at 12:37 PM

Originally Posted By: malkinOriginally Posted By: AZNpianoOriginally Posted By: rintincopPersonal fact: I love to practice and I love playing piano. Reality: But it would be naive of me to assume (project) that just because I like it, then it's som
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How do YOU count? (when practicing) by 8 Octaves @ Yesterday at 12:34 PM

Originally Posted By: DeadPoetsI start to run out of breathe after awhile! lol My teacher wants me to count aloud (which I agree with). But damn if there are a lot of 8th and 16th notes... that's a whole lotta 1 e & a 2 e & a True, but you
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Auditory musical experience hinders process of composition by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 12:34 PM

Why not Paul Scofield as well?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: ROLAND RD-800 USER THREAD by Jay Roland @ Yesterday at 12:30 PM

Hi Jon, I replied to your comment on the Roland Canada blog that you left yesterday. Jay
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Jump to new posts Re: Salesperson Dilemma by KurtZ @ Yesterday at 12:30 PM

A multi store chain will have a policy about who gets commissions from sales including split sales. If it doesn't matter to you, don't worry about it. Buy the piano and forget about who gets what percent of commision. If you want the woman who has
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Kenny Barron and Dave Holland by gracegren @ Yesterday at 12:25 PM

Really nice! As a jazz bassist and jazz pianist in training, will definitely get this CD! Thanks for posting.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 2:1 Octaves in the high treble by prout @ Yesterday at 12:25 PM

Originally Posted By: rxdPlease, you organists, read exactly what I wrote. I am well aware of all the points you are attempting to make. the mammoth Victorian organs here, have been in ET and kept that way since the decision was made to use ET when
Pianist Corner
Welcome to the PW forums! Beware that this post won't answer your question. Each time I encounter such a question, I thank to my beloved teacher (R.I.P) who had insisted on strict technical exercises during my training. So, when I played this piec
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How do YOU count? (when practicing) by 8 Octaves @ Yesterday at 12:24 PM

Originally Posted By: DeadPoetsAs a beginner I find it much easier to only count when I'm playing a note. Any pros and cons? As a beginner, we don't count at all, just play! OK, just kidding, but not really. How many times have we played something
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Salesperson Dilemma by RGibson @ Yesterday at 12:22 PM

David.... I have been to the sister store approx four times since August. Small "chit chat" / casual.... he knows I'm interested
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Salesperson Dilemma by supersport @ Yesterday at 12:14 PM

How engaged have you been with the sales force at the sister store? Many visits with the same person showing and demonstrating models or just casually walking in and getting permission to play the pianos? Somewhere in between?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Good Practice Amp for Roland FP7F? by TheloniousPunk @ Yesterday at 12:03 PM

I was hoping to stay under $200. I have been told that bass amps work well for pianos, so I am thinking of sticking a piezo tweeter in one of my guitar cabinets and connecting it to a Bassman clone I built.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Salesperson Dilemma by RGibson @ Yesterday at 12:01 PM

I find myself in a bit of a dilemma and thought I would put it out there to you all to get some feedback. I believe I have found "the piano" and want to start talking about purchase. Here is my issue...... I have been going to a dealer
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Just Tuned a 1968 Cable Nelson Spinet by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ Yesterday at 12:01 PM

Originally Posted By: Paul678Originally Posted By: UnrightToonerPaul: It is nice to have the hammers hit all the strings, but when there are even moderate string marks on the hammer it is often best to leave things as they are. If you reposition the
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Advantages of tuning A4 = 442 Hz by BDB @ Yesterday at 11:59 AM

I went to a lecture-recital by the oboist in our band recently. One of the things she talked about was why the other instrumentalists tune to the band. She said the common myth is that it is because the oboe is stable. She then played a note on the o
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why don't laminated soudboards... by malchik @ Yesterday at 11:44 AM

Originally Posted By: ando I have a beautiful cedar top classical guitar. It's a very warm sound compared to spruce. I certainly prefer it to spruce tops on classicals. Not sure if cedar could be used in a piano. To my ear cedar guitars have a mo
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 2:1 Octaves in the high treble by rxd @ Yesterday at 11:40 AM

Please, you organists, read exactly what I wrote. I am well aware of all the points you are attempting to make. the mammoth Victorian organs here, have been in ET and kept that way since the decision was made to use ET when they were built. They st
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why don't laminated soudboards... by Beacon Chris @ Yesterday at 11:23 AM

Originally Posted By: Ed McMorrow, RPTDel has done a wonderful job explaining the "spruce" economy. It has proven very difficult to replant logged forests with spruce in the pacific north west. The newly planted trees are eaten by aphids an
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why don't laminated soudboards... by ando @ Yesterday at 11:19 AM

Originally Posted By: malchikIn guitars, solid vs. laminated soundboards makes a huge difference. But guitars can also use cedar in very nice guitars, for example I have heard that Christopher Parkening prefers cedar. The sound is different but it i
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Just Tuned a 1968 Cable Nelson Spinet by Paul678 @ Yesterday at 11:17 AM

Originally Posted By: UnrightToonerPaul: It is nice to have the hammers hit all the strings, but when there are even moderate string marks on the hammer it is often best to leave things as they are. If you reposition the hammer, the note will stick
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Coming around the backstretch... by Chris Storch @ Yesterday at 11:16 AM

I had a couple of nutcrackers help me tune a nutcracker piano yesterday. Tuning pins had received CA glue treatment from a prior tech. Had to break the glue bond on just about every single tuning pin. It made a loud snapping noise just like a nutcr
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Video available from "How It's Made" by Kieran Wells @ Yesterday at 11:15 AM

Nice video. I would suggest a CDN. Rebuilding does seem to take 'forever' sometimes, especially the finishing. Like Rich, the biggest problem we have is keeping instruments to show. I guess it is kind of a good problem to have, but it makes it tou
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? by Ragdoll @ Yesterday at 11:11 AM

My AOTW is just a great lesson yesterday. Once again, making music and learning are FUN for a change. Got a pass on the current lesson piece and have nearly finished group one (12 studies) of the technique studies. She said she's pleased to see that
Pianist Corner
Hello this is my first post on the forum. I have a problem on B major scale which ascend and descent bar 26. And a problem on melody trills from bar 67-75. How should I practice them? Thank you
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