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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Any opinions on the GSi Gemini by nelsona @ 08/24/16 07:20 PM

@Everybody: Thank you for your responses. I didn't know that the GSi was mainly an organ-based sound module. Organ's are important to me, but so are standard piano's, so if the GSi isn't geared for grand or upright piano's, then it probably won't w
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By ArghhhOriginally Posted By DavdocLate last year, we bought a new NY Steinway Model A. The process and experience afterwards is another story in itself. At first it did suffer from the well known "soft hammers" (or heavy
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone ever had to back up? by Timbo101 @ 08/24/16 07:14 PM

Originally Posted By outoIf I wanted to play a piece perfectly every time before moving on, I would probably still be on my first piece ever My cognitive and motoric skills are inconsistent and I had to accept that to get anywhere with the piano. H
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By CorvusThe Bösendorfer 200 model is available in the USA factory-fitted with the disklavier E3 system, which, as you noted regarding the Yamaha's, includes the silent play capability. I wonder if they will be switching to the new
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: New member..new question :) by Gillette @ 08/24/16 07:08 PM

Well,I'm sure Yamaha DGX 660 is a very fine peace of gear, no matter if the "key touch" is named like this or like that I founf in Howard's digital piano Bible that GHS stands for 'Graded Hammer Standard'. Thisis Yamaha's basic key mechan
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Small Budget by pianoloverus @ 08/24/16 07:04 PM

Although often mentioned, I think it's a mistake to worry about the fact that digital pianos have frequent upgrades. IMO the only important thing is how much you like a digital piano's sound and touch at the time you're considering purchasing it. If
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Shall we move on to a new teacher? by pianoMom2006 @ 08/24/16 07:01 PM

Originally Posted By AZNpianoOriginally Posted By pianoMom2006I would recommend trying to find a dedicated teacher that teaches out of his/her home. My son's first teacher taught at a music store but she moved out of the country. She couldn't recom
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Why does need to this exact? All you need is a fit for the four screw holes at the bottom of the piano. Other than that it just needs to look good with a nice finish.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why is aluminum keybed an innovative idea? by brighamspianos @ 08/24/16 06:58 PM

It's the opposite-it's actually very ideal for areas with strong temperature changes. I've done some research on this and the keybed never shrinks or expands-it will never warp. It makes for more accurate and better playing over the years.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Single note repetition - technique by bennevis @ 08/24/16 06:58 PM

Originally Posted By modernpianoman Presumably, one uses fingering 4-3-2-1 or just 4-3-2 to achieve this, but for the life of me I just cannot do it without the note jumping out over everything else, and even then it is very unclean and erratic. I
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: will changing bass strings improve richness of bass sound? by Nathan Monteleone @ 08/24/16 06:57 PM

Tim, do you notice anything about the design that might cause this? Like bass bridge with a long cantilever or overly short back duplex?
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Ok I see it's the West 105 Epoxy Resin & 209 Hardener products along with the pumps. So the first procedure is removing the strings entirely or leave the strings attached to either the pin side or hitch side, correct? Then dusting and cleaning th
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: finding silent grand by Davdoc @ 08/24/16 06:54 PM

Originally Posted By hoola@Davdoc: You are right, my "advice" is based on presumption that there are few changes in piano technologies in general. I just remember about carbon soundboard, or plastic components, very few things about action
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why is aluminum keybed an innovative idea? by brighamspianos @ 08/24/16 06:52 PM

Hailun is the only and first to use a light weight keybed. This is in their HU1P and HU5P models. Some benefits from this are the keybed will never shrink and never expand- most importantly it will never warp which would make it ideas for areas wit
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Noisy keyboard? by CalUK @ 08/24/16 06:52 PM

Hi Charles, I use headphones 95 percent of the time so I'll keep that up. What you say re acoustic pianos being noisy makes sense, I'd never thought of that Thanks for the help
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Lesson by Pianoperformance @ 08/24/16 06:49 PM

Ha, I have seen that too...pedalling is my key issue, well one of many..dynamics..accents, ha...
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 2-5-1 Chord Progression ??? by bennevis @ 08/24/16 06:45 PM

Originally Posted By WhoDwaldiOriginally Posted By bennevis Why is 2-5-1 = ii7 - V7 - I7 (according to the OP)? Is it a jazz thing (or his thing) that you add on a 7th to every chord unless.....what??? Some of us are lapsing into (somewhat incorre
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
I know this is an older subject but it is one that I need more information on the procedure of repairing soundboard cracks with epoxy. I am particularly interested in Emmery's marine epoxy fix. Which West products and or other products( or tools) w
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I think the proliferation of digital media has overall helped most those in need of help and hurt most those in no need of help. I also think the vast majority of people (but not all) will do the right thing if it's fair and available to them. Austra
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Does anyone have the Yamaha P-115 ? Please help me ! by Davidkian @ 08/24/16 06:31 PM

I'm going to build an stand for my P-115 piano, and I need to know the EXACT DIMENSIONS of the original P-115 stand in millimeter, if anyone have the original P-115 stand, please help me and tell me the measures. thank you so much.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By gynnisI'm missing something. There seems to be only on web link and it is to Lugansky's recording. Is this correct? There is no comparison one? Correct. No comparison video.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By gynnisI think the major point is very judicious pedaling. I was trying to address the technical problems I hear in his recording. Is the piano a Steinway D or something else. How is it actually miked. I haven't gotten to the o
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Single note repetition - technique by ZMaestro @ 08/24/16 06:27 PM

I've tried 4-3-2-1 and 4-3-2, and found the latter works better for me. The former was cumbersome for my thumb. There isn't anything special about this technique, just takes lots of practice. I forced myself to learn it when I learned William Tell.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
I regularly service 2 Seiler grands and several uprights. The bass in all of them has a nasal tone, with emphasis on the higher harmonics. The bichords sound like they're mis-matched, but can't think of a reason why they would do it that wa
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