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Jump to new posts Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? by torquenale @ 10/16/14 02:40 PM

Happy birthday Malkin!!
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Jump to new posts Re: The traditional one month to recital thread by torquenale @ 10/16/14 02:39 PM

Originally Posted By: joturOMG Cathy +1 My job is sort of killing me lately... I'm not sure I will able to prepare something AND call the tuner after temperature and humidity are stable AND record the piece AND submit it. Everything in one mo
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Jump to new posts Re: Birdcage Piano Joy by chernobieff @ 10/16/14 02:33 PM

Hi Chris, That is correct. The piano was in unplayable condition when it was abandoned. I convinced the new owner that it was salvagable. Giving me a very low budget I was able to make it a playable piano and save it from the junk yard. The bar that
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
It's worth it to step up to the px350 for hook up flexibility and a little bit better speakers. The px5s is $1000.
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Jump to new posts Re: The traditional one month to recital thread by 8 Octaves @ 10/16/14 02:25 PM

Originally Posted By: wimpianoIf you get something acceptable within 100 takes consider yourself lucky LoL! I almost fell off the chair. Yeah as many as it takes!
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Sam, Would you refresh my memory of how large a space you have for your piano?
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Jings and they want 25k for that? It's a lovely finish and I've every confidence it will sound great but at 25k Nah I'll just look for something newer, not that that piano is bad cause it's older just that I'd like something abit younger that's all.
Piano Forum
This is a 2 pedals Match Book mahogany model 200 from 1950ís
Piano Teachers Forum
You are being very considerate. Please don't issue a general disclaimer -- that would be awkward for these few parents. You can mention it privately to them, but I'm sure they expect many of the other kids to be playing Christmas songs, and don't obj
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? by wimpiano @ 10/16/14 02:17 PM

Congratulations Malkin and Greener!
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Jump to new posts Re: The traditional one month to recital thread by wimpiano @ 10/16/14 02:16 PM

The red light gets in your head Anyway, I agree with 8 Octaves Brian, no editing If you get something acceptable within 100 takes consider yourself lucky
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Precise touch is overrated. The touch should be comfortable before worrying about precision.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
That's it exactly .... packing the key frame rather than inserting loads of punchings makes for a much more precise touch. Be sure to use shims that are a few inches long and the total depth of the front rail, that way the rail isn't likely to distor
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Jump to new posts Re: I too bought sight unseen from Rick Jones by rknight5 @ 10/16/14 02:10 PM

OP did post photos. Thank you for the link Piano Brazil. He probably stopped posting otherwise because he only wanted to share the joy of a new piano, not stir up heated debates. Most newbies have a love of the instrument and love of making music,
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Jump to new posts Re: Sustaining vs Dead On Unison by gynnis @ 10/16/14 02:10 PM

Kees, I don't know what units you are using. The propagation velocity should be a materials property not a length property. My "guess" for the longitudinal velocity is based on sound propagation in air at about 1100 ft/sec, and water at a
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Jump to new posts Re: Lang Lang piano academy course books.... by 8 Octaves @ 10/16/14 02:08 PM

I find Lang Lang plays with an incredible quality of sound but amazingly difficult to watch. He is such an incredible musician but his mannerisms get in the way because often they are not even appropriate like grinning through a sad passage, but his
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That's Interesting Joe, I didn't know that about Freddie Boy, see you learn something new every day. Like I was saying I could get a stonker of an instrument but given my current situation and room size aswell as what limited ability I have to spe
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By: anotherscottOriginally Posted By: Valhalunmy recommendation for an 88 key board that matches your requirements in that price range would be the Casio PX5S. It's a great board, but well out of his specified price range. My apo
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Jump to new posts Re: Do steinways survive tropical climates? by gynnis @ 10/16/14 01:55 PM

My 1927 Chickering seems to have spent it's entire life in the deep south (Texas and coastal Florida). There hasn't been any sticking of the keys or ivories falling off. The biggest downside without air conditioning is the rust on the steel string
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Jump to new posts Re: Does the Patrick Cunningham offer still stand? by chernobieff @ 10/16/14 01:52 PM

phantomFive, I sent you a PM.
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Jump to new posts Re: My C. Bechstein baby grand by musicpassion @ 10/16/14 01:50 PM

A piano's value is as a musical instrument. So it's condition as a musical instrument will largely determine it's value. As you may already be aware, C. Bechstein is a very highly regarded piano builder but with an instrument that old it might be w
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
At your price level its hard to beat a casio px150. You'll want to include a stand and bench as well. I think your other option would be the yamaha p35 but the px150's action is definitely better. here's a professional pianist who uses a px150 as
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: The traditional one month to recital thread by 8 Octaves @ 10/16/14 01:44 PM

Originally Posted By: BrianDXI don't have the software I would need to assemble parts of different takes and put them together. I'm not even sure that would be the right thing to do. You don't need this because editing is not allowed in the ABF Re
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Jump to new posts Re: Where are the used pianos? by tjbron @ 10/16/14 01:43 PM

Quote:it's hard to fit a 7 foot grand into an RV! LOL, maybe that's why there are so many Fletcher Music Centers around here.
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Jump to new posts Re: My C. Bechstein baby grand by joe80 @ 10/16/14 01:42 PM

Hi Cindy, Basically what Bruce said. That model of piano is well-known in the UK, because it's an English piano. They were made by more than one firm but the pianos were identical. Some were made by Challen, and some were made by Rogers, but then,
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