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#695612 - 03/23/05 02:05 PM Key tilt on Yamaha P120
cmwck Offline
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Registered: 03/08/05
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I just bought a Yamaha P120. I put it on a level Proline X stand, and I noticed that the keys are tilted back at an angle. On a piano, the keys should be perfectly parallel to the floor, correct? The whole keyboard will have to be tilted forward a degree or so. Any ideas on how to do this? Shims maybe?

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#695613 - 03/23/05 02:08 PM Re: Key tilt on Yamaha P120
JazzP120 Offline
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Registered: 12/12/04
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Actually, that is the way a piano keybed is mounted. The keybed is always tilted back at an angle.

Chris

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