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I've actually had some experience working on my Disklavier piano, which I've owned, along with other Yamaha pianos, for many years. I am an electrical engineer and the last repair I performed on my MX100II was replacing the LCD display. It is unfor
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Thank you for your reply. The Yamaha Disklavier MX100II is indeed a "real" piano with vibrating strings. I do believe this is the correct forum for this post as there have been others relating to Yamaha Disklavier models here.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Importing antique pianos from abroad with ivories by terminaldegree @ 12/04/16 10:35 AM

Just Steven, How many pianos have you imported to the US since the new regulations?
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Jump to new posts Re: Yet Another Yamaha U1 vs U3 Thread by Adam107 @ 12/04/16 10:30 AM

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Originally Posted By Steve SenseneyNext thing he will tell us is that Santa is fake!!! Hi Steve, You'd be amazed how many people believe in legends. It is indeed a heart breaking moment when people, who were told that the piano they were purchasi
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Jump to new posts Re: Any Generic Issues 1998 Baldwin R? by terminaldegree @ 12/04/16 10:27 AM

Given that you like the touch and tone and you're going to have it inspected, I wouldn't be worried at all. I do agree the price is a little dear for a private party sale with no warranty.
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Jump to new posts Re: Lack of enthusiasm by malkin @ 12/04/16 10:22 AM

Originally Posted By PhilipInChina...down in the mouth... This expression always makes me think of a cat shaking its head after having eaten a bird.
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Jump to new posts Re: Czerny Excercise by drewr @ 12/04/16 10:19 AM

Originally Posted By ThaiBlue ...... It suits me anyway. If it suits somebody, enough said for them. Likewise if it does not suit somebody else .... and if there is somebody for whom it suits to find a safe spot in the middle to look for the occas
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Jump to new posts Re: Lack of enthusiasm by Just Steven @ 12/04/16 10:17 AM

Phillip you need a heart check up to see if you in love. Who is the unlucky one?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
That's interesting. My current keyboard is a Yamaha, about 10 years old. So maybe my ears are just used to the "bright" sounding piano. The one thing I didn't mess with was the wall EQ (forgot about it). Everything seemed to be on the
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Lack of enthusiasm by malkin @ 12/04/16 10:07 AM

Are you further north than you were last year? This time of year, I put up lots of lights and light things on fire.
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Jump to new posts Re: Yet Another Yamaha U1 vs U3 Thread by cphollis @ 12/04/16 09:57 AM

You'll be fine. Go buy yourself a piano!
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Jump to new posts Re: Hybrid Pianos - any advice? by ThaiBlue @ 12/04/16 09:47 AM

I love the Casio GP500. I have an acoustic as well but now spend most of my time on the Casio.
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Jump to new posts Re: Importing antique pianos from abroad with ivories by Just Steven @ 12/04/16 09:42 AM

Get an experienced lawyer who can mow down the custom officers. So many custom officers can't read well. Their brain melted after reading a paragraph in the regulation. What they know is what they hear from others who have half cooked understanding.
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Jump to new posts Re: Survey for a School Project by prout @ 12/04/16 09:22 AM

It occurs to me that maybe pianists are the wrong people to be asking about the sound of a piano. Based on thousands of posts on the various forums here over the years that I have read I observe the following: They think that sound is important to
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Thank you, I will get back to you with the required details.
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Jump to new posts Should I buy this Hammond organ clone? by sinophilia @ 12/04/16 09:17 AM

Hi, I just stumbled into a beautiful electric organ at a flea market, it's a Farfisa R250 (Italian maker). They are asking €160 for it, but I found the same model online, apparently in even better conditions, for €50 - the guy claims he is sellin
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Jump to new posts Re: Hybrid Pianos - any advice? by wouter79 @ 12/04/16 09:08 AM

Did you try them already alongside a decent acoustic piano? Espeecially since you already have an acoustic?
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Jump to new posts Re: Importing antique pianos from abroad with ivories by Patrick Draine @ 12/04/16 08:55 AM

The exporter is smart to insist on removing the ivory -- they don't want any blowback when the piano is stuck in a US Customs warehouse and you're unhappy. As Frank wrote, use a good import agent if you're intent on doing this. Even if you think your
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Thanks,BDB -- sorry for my ignorance -- I saw "diode" and "solenoids," and my eyes glazed over --
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Jump to new posts Re: Kimball Fall-board Applique by Bob @ 12/04/16 08:54 AM

Call Kimball Internationl in Jasper indiana 800.482.1818 Or try Decals Unlimited 651-429-4465
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Jump to new posts Re: How to fix fallen string bar by Bob @ 12/04/16 08:49 AM

Nice pictures on the third link. There are indications of moisture damage in several areas. Rust seems to be on plain wire strings and damper spoons. There are moisture stains on the bridge and soundboard. Some of the felts look too new for a 193
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Hi Miguel, I don't want to be misunderstood. My suggestion to ignore concert grand pianos when forming opinions of a brand (unless one is particularly looking for a concert grand) is a general one. Excluding concert grands, manufacturers are after
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ok, so I've been thinking about Max's cardboard fix by Maximillyan @ 12/04/16 08:40 AM

Originally Posted By Herr WeissThank you Max!! I will try your method as soon as I buy some new strings. Do you have any information on the Brazilian Tech? Dear Herr Weiss. It would be desirable to have a high-quality translation into Portugues
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Jump to new posts Hybrid Pianos - any advice? by caseous @ 12/04/16 08:40 AM

Hi there. I have a Yamaha U3 that I've played for years and thinking about getting another piano for my studio. I feel comfortable with my understanding of what's out there with digital pianos, but hybrid pianos are new thing for me. I tried the Y
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