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Originally Posted By DrJeffHi All, It has been quiet here lately; this is one of my favorite threads to read through... So I will contribute for a change. I have been going in to my church early in the mornings the past several weeks in order to p
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By peterwsThe keys on an acoustic even in silent mood, will still be far noisier than those of most digitals. A major consideration if those walls are thin . . . You would think that DP manufacturers in their zeal to perfectly si
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Thanks for all the updated information. Sounds like amplification is a key part of the performance equation. For both groups, we use an amp for the current keyboards (almost entirely for rehearsal for one group and occasional concert use for another)
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hybrid piano NU1 VS GP300 (or 400, 500)? by peterws @ 09/22/16 03:46 PM

So now we have the piano forum seriously discussing digitals! Where`s all the vitriol gone? Don`t tell me you lot are changing your perception of these devilish usurpers . . . .
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Best way to learn to read left hand? by Cutestpuppie @ 09/22/16 03:43 PM

thank you everyone!!!!! i really appreciate it! you guys are super duper helpful!!!!!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Need opinion on 13 year old son by pianoloverus @ 09/22/16 03:39 PM

Originally Posted By pianoMom2006GrooveOn-If one has no goals to fill up the time- I totally agree that would make for miserable practice. If someone likes/loves the music, then one does not need anything more specific than the desire to learn the m
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Looking for Cabinet Refinishing tips and wisdom by HelloMrZebra @ 09/22/16 03:37 PM

So the Lemon Oil is same as orange gotchya! I also wanted you thoughts on this response from mohawk when I asked them what can be done about a dull finely scratched finish on a piano : "You could consider rubbing the existing to remove the scra
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Jump to new posts Re: STOLEN STEINWAY GRANDS by Plowboy @ 09/22/16 03:33 PM

Is this the guy?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
The keys on an acoustic even in silent mood, will still be far noisier than those of most digitals. A major consideration if those walls are thin . . .
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Mr. Super Hunky by Woody-Woodruff @ 09/22/16 03:28 PM

Thank you. I kept trying the full name.
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Jump to new posts Re: STOLEN STEINWAY GRANDS by Larry Buck @ 09/22/16 03:25 PM

Piano99 I appreciate that thought. Using all resources I can think of.
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Jump to new posts Re: Mr. Super Hunky by PianoStudent88 @ 09/22/16 03:17 PM

Click on User List near the top of the page. Look up Super. mr_super-hunky shows up first on the list. You can click on his name, and see the date he was last online. Or you can click on his number of posts, and see all his posts, most recent fir
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Jump to new posts Re: Best Piano's with Low Bass by phantomFive @ 09/22/16 03:15 PM

Originally Posted By BDBI remember that when I was tuning the lowest notes on the Bösendorfer Imperial that used to be around here, I could hear them go "tick-tick-tick" at their frequency. You can hear it on a normal piano, too, if you
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Jump to new posts Buying a Stoneway upright by guyl @ 09/22/16 03:10 PM

Wow, even way back then they were $1500 http://www.toon.is/flintstones-1x19-the-hot-piano-video_e94585bec.html
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Jump to new posts Re: Mr. Super Hunky by Woody-Woodruff @ 09/22/16 03:06 PM

Thanks for the info. How were you able to find this info?
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Jump to new posts Re: Best Piano's with Low Bass by BDB @ 09/22/16 03:00 PM

I remember that when I was tuning the lowest notes on the Bösendorfer Imperial that used to be around here, I could hear them go "tick-tick-tick" at their frequency.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Best Piano's with Low Bass by JohnSprung @ 09/22/16 02:59 PM

Originally Posted By wolfgangmeisterThat's sad. ... Wouldn't it be better for such a wonderfully majestic 12'2" instrument to be on "loan" somewhere for musicians to play it (and generate more interest?) Perhaps a concert hall venue
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Brahms and Rachmaninoff by dolce sfogato @ 09/22/16 02:59 PM

I think both Brahms and Rachmaninov started as conservative composers, not copycats, but just not on the barricades. Their pianism was totally different atlthough both were virtuosos in the proper sense. Brahms learned to play the piano more ore less
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Mr. Super Hunky by PianoStudent88 @ 09/22/16 02:56 PM

His most recent post was over a year ago: Feb. 9, 2015.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: STOLEN STEINWAY GRANDS by Piano90X @ 09/22/16 02:53 PM

Originally Posted By Larry BuckI have spoken to the police. I need to know where this guy is. This is real. I am serious. I need a little more information before the police can be effective. Regardless of civil/criminal, I need more information.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Mr. Super Hunky by Woody-Woodruff @ 09/22/16 02:52 PM

Thanks, I have already tried that without success. Hopefully one of the old timers will remember him.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Best Piano's with Low Bass by JohnSprung @ 09/22/16 02:43 PM

If it was a piano string at 8 Hz, you could see it moving. And in focus, not just a blur.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Schumann Sonatas by fnork @ 09/22/16 02:40 PM

The first sonata has always seemed like the most personal and epic to me - a piece I'd really love to learn, by the way.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: French Piano School by fnork @ 09/22/16 02:39 PM

I wouldn't really want to categorize this very unique pianist strictly under the "French piano school", but the one living pianist that does remind of the older generation of French pianists you refer to would be Henri Barda. His playing is
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