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Jump to new posts Re: One more question for piano shopping... by terminaldegree @ 11/20/15 09:22 PM

A good 7-footer that has a dynamic range suited to a smaller room (instead of a concert hall) is the ticket. I stepped up from a 6'3" to a 7' piano, and I'd never go smaller for my primary practice piano unless I absolutely had to. There are
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Jump to new posts Re: One more question for piano shopping... by neciebugs @ 11/20/15 09:21 PM

Thanks! That helps! We should be good to go with whatever size then! Awesome!! :-)
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Jump to new posts Re: One more question for piano shopping... by Bosendorff @ 11/20/15 09:17 PM

Some info about piano room size here
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Jump to new posts Re: 2001 Steinway B Ebony Satin by terminaldegree @ 11/20/15 09:15 PM

There are a lot of very fine new pianos in the 7' size with a "street price" of $50-60k that aren't Steinways. For that matter, you can also find some really high-end comprehensive rebuilds of B's for that price (with varying degrees of ex
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why My Teacher is Great by scgrant @ 11/20/15 09:15 PM

I often wonder at the incredible talent music teachers have and the relatively limited economic opportunities. I guess it's like most artists, a very few make millions and the rest struggle.
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Jump to new posts Re: ? about trading/selling Schultze Pollmann Upright 126/E by terminaldegree @ 11/20/15 09:01 PM

I've played a few SP 126's from around that era and found them quite lovely (both to play, and to look at). I own a Piano Book annual supplement from that period that might shed some light on the origin (I think it is as you say). However, it's sit
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Jump to new posts Re: 2001 Steinway B Ebony Satin by neciebugs @ 11/20/15 08:57 PM

Originally Posted By MarkarianSending you a PM got it, and responded! Thank you!
Piano Forum
Well, personally, I am not litigious. I have gotten 10 amazing years with this beautiful piano. Not to mention statute of limitations? LOL I got a great deal on an wonderful instrument. I just don't want to sound like an idiot if it was indeed made o
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Jump to new posts Re: Bach Prelude and Fugue, Book 2, No. 9, BWV 878 by ABC Vermonter @ 11/20/15 08:55 PM

Hi Pianoloverus, Thanks. Yes, per your suggestion, I used a few hair pins.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I've been addicted to these things for years now, I know what is what. I've played bass through bass cabs, and the other way around too. To be fair, I don't think you're even close to being accurate. Seriously, who buys into bass cabs to use for ele
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Originally Posted By neciebugsI bought it new in 2005, and was told it was made entirely in Italy and was not an mass produced assembly line piano. I have the paperwork and signatures of the builders and technicians from Italy. However, upon doing so
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Jump to new posts Re: 2001 Steinway B Ebony Satin by Markarian @ 11/20/15 08:35 PM

Sending you a PM
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digital Dilemma by Markarian @ 11/20/15 08:34 PM

I've met so many high end grands that I would rank second to my Kawai digital in terms of touch and playability. As said above, it's all different, even among the best instruments.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Full Scale String Resonance . . . by Markarian @ 11/20/15 08:32 PM

Some of the samples on my Nord have pretty impressive sympathetic resonance.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digital Dilemma by bennevis @ 11/20/15 08:32 PM

Originally Posted By itsfreakingmeout I have a Yarius YDP-141, so it's a more than capable instrument, but the touch is so different from that of an acoustic that it completely ruins my performances for my teacher. Acoustics's are so much more sensit
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Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin grand disaster by David Jenson @ 11/20/15 08:31 PM

If the hotel owns the piano, it would probably be wise to leave it alone.
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Jump to new posts One more question for piano shopping... by neciebugs @ 11/20/15 08:12 PM

At least for now!! Someone posted a question about room and sizing and 2 Schimmels. SO, that leads me to this question... The room where I will put the grand is a joined living/dining room. My dining room has been converted into a music room and t
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digital Dilemma by ElmerJFudd @ 11/20/15 07:54 PM

Piano/keyboard players through the ages have dealt with house instruments. The grand, baby grand, studio upright, spinet, organ, electric, digital piano whatever is there when they arrive to play the gig. This manufacturer, that model, year, whatev
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So, I may be privately selling my piano rather than trading it in. BUT, when we were to a dealer, they insisted it was made in China and finished in Italy. I bought it new in 2005, and was told it was made entirely in Italy and was not an mass produ
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland F-140R or Casio PX-360 as a second DP? by Lester Burnham @ 11/20/15 07:45 PM

Originally Posted By TjoheiI don't know more than I wrote in my post, sorry. No one has said what's improved. And please note that I'm a digital piano newbie, so I wouldn't really know. I'm just relaying info here. Although I never said the PX-860 w
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I thought this was about having a nice clean cab that can be used with a digital piano. Guitar cabs aren't designed to handle bass response, and an electric guitar typically isn't played with a clean a signal as possible. Guitar amps aren't going t
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts 2001 Steinway B Ebony Satin by neciebugs @ 11/20/15 07:41 PM

We are going to look at one from a private seller in about 2 weeks. It looks pristine, original owner, tuned regularly. So well-maintained. Of course I have no idea how it feels and sounds. I will know more in 2 weeks. Provided it is in very good to
Pianist Corner
OK, so after I explored a few Performances of this piece, i decided to play all the trills as 1/32. So I started slow with a metronome, and I'll try to raise the tempo slowly and gradually. But this piece should be played pretty fast, do you think it
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By Jeffro JonesOriginally Posted By Montuno Playing the repeated C in the third measure HT was quite a challenge I remember struggling with that repeated C Haha I struggled with that as well!
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Do you decide what your student should play at recital? by chasingrainbows @ 11/20/15 07:33 PM

Originally Posted By hreichgott I know that some teachers deal with this by having adults move on to a new piece once the current piece is merely understood, never expecting anything to be executed really well. I think this does help keep students in
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