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#629321 - 11/22/02 11:16 AM Question about action:
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Recently I've discovered that I like the sound of delaying hitting the 3rd of the chord by 'trilling' around the surrounding notes, hitting a few in rapid succession. However, I just started playing a new piece where I must 'trill around' very softly.

I have no problem doing this playing at "normal" volume, but when I attempt to play the piece softly, it's almost impossible.

Is this something that can be fixed with a simple adjustment, or is this inherent in the action. I'd hate to think it was the latter as I recently had the piano "Stanwoodized".

Thanks in advance,
Derick
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#629322 - 11/22/02 01:58 PM Re: Question about action:
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Sounds to me like a regulation issue albeit a minor one. Not likely to be due to the Stanwood installation. But a tech should be able to determine this for certain.

Mark Mandell
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#629323 - 11/22/02 05:05 PM Re: Question about action:
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Thanks for the respose Mark. I'll give my tech a call.

Derick
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