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Jump to new posts Re: The New custom-modded VPC1 by RavenworksDesign! by McBuster @ 12/20/14 01:48 AM

Another +1. From what is seen, the Value Added is simply to Regulate the keyboard. For the eye. For the touch. Possibly so where each Note is struck is even from one key to the next. I did not see anything done to the electronics. Sometimes i
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
One of the advantages that we professionals have is that we can keep several sizes in stock and see how well they work. This is not just true of piano technicians, but plumbers, electricians and other repair people as well. That is one of the service
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By: bennevisIf you are looking for an acoustic piano replacement and you play classical music, and value the kind of (almost) unlimited tonal and dynamic range that acoustics provide, only the V-Piano & Grand will suffice. Nothi
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Jump to new posts Re: Which Treble Mute works the Best? by beethoven986 @ 12/20/14 01:16 AM

Originally Posted By: Chris LeslieSlight exageration, but definitely only two or three weeks worth of tuning a few year ago. Also, I wedged between adjacent unison strings alot, something that Papps wedges do well. Proper string spacing is a must. Pe
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
How can I determine which thickness of felt to purchase for things like the key bushings or balance rail punchings if the ones currently on the piano are compressed from age/use? I have no specifications for this piano (1920 Aeolian uright player).
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
one final thing. I teach many students around the country.. and just the other day a very pompous tech tried to trash my student's Charles Walter right before my eyes on Skype...because he wanted to sell her one of the grands in his shop. She has a f
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: The New custom-modded VPC1 by RavenworksDesign! by dire tonic @ 12/20/14 12:59 AM

Originally Posted By: dewsterI mean, what, Kawai is competent to manufacture the controller in the first place, but not competent to set it up for proper use by musicians? It doesn't pass the smell test. +1 to all the above. The power of suggestio
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Thinking of taking piano lessons again by PianoStudent88 @ 12/20/14 12:48 AM

HappyPianoMuse and Mark, I am quite blushing at your kind comments. I will strive to be a good practicer. Part of what led me to my renewed interest in lessons was an experience with an interim conductor in chorus this year. She taught us enormous
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Harry Truman on Piano Shopping by Almaviva @ 12/20/14 12:48 AM

It would be more than that, much more. In 1906 Steinway sold an ebony 5'11" grand piano for $750. The Steinway Model O, which is essentially the same piano as that 1906 model, lists for $71,100 today.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Mr. Foote, I guess you missed the part of the last 48 hours where the bass notes were slapping.. and I found out that was key bed slapping which preceded the friction and blubbering.. two apparently separate issues--one related to loose cheek blocks
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: AB needs to accompany a young Suzuki violin student by littlebirdblue @ 12/20/14 12:39 AM

Heather, yes, I think we both are learning a lot and the best part for me is that I'm learning to love music. I've always enjoyed some aspects of music making but it took a child who genuinely loves music for me to get the bug. Charles, I do wonder
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
The pomposity of some techs, who shall remain nameless, who do not have the skills to act pompous is quite disturbing to many of us.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Israel understood my frustration for the past 48 hours and profusely apologized. He is in the midst of getting ready to move and leave the area, so he is now quite distracted.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Israel has let me video all his work in all facets. I am NEW to Berkeley, I wish you would understand that. I started out in NYC.. and had access to fine technicians. My Steinway's first rebuild was at A & C in NYC. The second in Modesto, though
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A 4ths and 5ths sequence by Gerry Johnston @ 12/20/14 12:13 AM

Thanks Keith. As stated, I am not trying to suggest that 4ths and 5ths are in some way better for tuning a temperament. However, the contiguous 3rds sequence, such as taught by John Travis and others, was the first tuning sequence I was taught and I
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