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#2697437 - 12/16/17 03:49 PM Fur gloves  
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Many of you will have seen photos of my dog, Shadow, on various posts as she always seems to get into the picture. Some members even met her at the piano party here, in summer this year.

Recently she was on the stool for my upright, which was a distance away from the piano. Shadow launched herself off the stool, which fell back with a crash. The stool is made of walnut, to match the piano, so is quite heavy. The blow delivered by the falling stool on the left pedal has neatly guillotined the pedal off.

I can't say it will make much difference to me. I use the left footrest about once in a blue moon and can always use a different piano should I wish. The consequences for Shadow are somewhat more serious. The post office, here, opens on Monday. If I can find a jiffy bag big enough, she is being mailed to a local glove factory.


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#2697439 - 12/16/17 03:54 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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I think it fortunate for Shadow that jiffy bags aren't made in her size. Surely she can't be condemned for being what she is?

Between now and Monday, let peace and harmony - and love - be restored, by whatever means.

Moreover, fur gloves are not in fashion, this season.

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#2697441 - 12/16/17 03:59 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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You should be able to find another used left pedal for your piano, Philip.

If not, get some 45% silver solder and flux. The silver solder does a great job when brazing brass to brass, steel to steel, brass to steel, steel/brass to copper or copper to copper. And, although it is silver solder, and looks like real silver, when used, the finished product has a goldish/brassy/yellowish color and should blend in well with the brass.

As for the Fur gloves, don't be too hard on Shadow. Perhaps a bit of Holiday forgiveness is in order. smile

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#2697446 - 12/16/17 04:06 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Fur gloves not in fashion? Fashion schmashion, this is central Europe. Fur gloves are a necessity.


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#2697500 - 12/16/17 09:50 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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My wife is in a business where we’ve had working dogs for years. From a GSD that did a number on a pair of Prada shoes that I’m certain exceeded the cost of fixing this pedal, to a 173 pound (yes, weighed on a vet’s scale and he was all muscle and bone) Fila Brasileiro who wasn’t concerned with breaking everything in sight as it was all “his” after all. So it could be worse!

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#2697623 - 12/17/17 12:29 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Just a thought....

A replacement pedal, or all three pedals for that matter, could be as easy as finding the right old upright that needs disposal. Another possibility - our own Jurgen owns Piano Forte Supply and frequently can get things that are NOT in his catalog. Reach out to hm. He may surprise you!

Hoping that you and Shadow rekindle your good vibes quickly.

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#2697632 - 12/17/17 12:43 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina
[...] The post office, here, opens on Monday. If I can find a jiffy bag big enough, she is being mailed to a local glove factory.


I hope that this comment is as serious as that of my dearly-loved (Russian-trained) piano teacher who has been heard to admonish me: "Play that five times, no mistakes, or I send you to Siberian Gulag!!

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#2697639 - 12/17/17 01:12 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Originally Posted by Rich Galassini
Just a thought....

A replacement pedal, or all three pedals for that matter, could be as easy as finding the right old upright that needs disposal. Another possibility - our own Jurgen owns Piano Forte Supply and frequently can get things that are NOT in his catalog. Reach out to hm. He may surprise you!

Hoping that you and Shadow rekindle your good vibes quickly.

Cheers,

Not to get too far OT here, but I thought Jurgen was banned from PW, or left of his own accord. Of course I haven't frequented the Piano Technician's forum lately. I hope I'm wrong...

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#2697688 - 12/17/17 04:25 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina
The consequences for Shadow are somewhat more serious. The post office, here, opens on Monday. If I can find a jiffy bag big enough, she is being mailed to a local glove factory.


I'm way too fond of dogs. Why didn't you take better precautions? Do they really make gloves out of dogs in China or Bulgaria?

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#2697697 - 12/17/17 04:40 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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They will!


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#2697699 - 12/17/17 04:50 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Your dog can become many useful things, including a new bench !

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#2697701 - 12/17/17 04:55 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: Rickster]  
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Originally Posted by Rickster

Not to get too far OT here, but I thought Jurgen was banned from PW, or left of his own accord. Of course I haven't frequented the Piano Technician's forum lately. I hope I'm wrong...

Rick


Well I hope not. In any case he is a superb professional and may help in this regard.

Cheers Rick.


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#2697723 - 12/17/17 06:19 PM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Philip,

I believe your Bechstein is still in production...Yes?

I cannot imagine that a new set of pedals should be prohibitively expensive. Seems like pretty much the same amount of work to remove and replace them as to remove just the one and try to repair it (then find out it is unsatisfactory [possibly]) and have to do it all again...

At any rate Jurgen is only a few keystrokes away. He has connections.

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#2697860 - 12/18/17 10:15 AM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina

I can't say it will make much difference to me. I use the left footrest about once in a blue moon


To me, this is the most surprising thing in your whole message! Do you really never use the una corda pedal? Very interesting--what sort of music do you play?

MC

#2697874 - 12/18/17 11:02 AM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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I was playing for a year before I realised they weren't just there as foot rests.

Yes, I do use the una corda, but not very often..
as for what I play- well whatever is next in Alfreds.


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#2697887 - 12/18/17 11:41 AM Re: Fur gloves [Re: mcontraveos]  
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Originally Posted by mcontraveos
[! Do you really never use the una corda pedal?


This is on an upright, so it's not a true una corda.


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#2698357 - 12/20/17 01:03 AM Re: Fur gloves [Re: Rickster]  
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Originally Posted by Rickster
Originally Posted by Rich Galassini
Just a thought....

A replacement pedal, or all three pedals for that matter, could be as easy as finding the right old upright that needs disposal. Another possibility - our own Jurgen owns Piano Forte Supply and frequently can get things that are NOT in his catalog. Reach out to hm. He may surprise you!

Hoping that you and Shadow rekindle your good vibes quickly.

Cheers,

Not to get too far OT here, but I thought Jurgen was banned from PW, or left of his own accord. Of course I haven't frequented the Piano Technician's forum lately. I hope I'm wrong...

Rick


I don't think Jurgen is banned. When someone is banned, their profile won't turn up in the user search. For example, Jurgen's PW ID is Supply, and here's a search for it:

http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showmembers&contain=supply&sendit=Search

In contrast, here's a search for Mark Cerisano's profile, and notice that it isn't found:

http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showmembers&contain=Cerisano&sendit=Search

Even though it can't be found with the search, his profile still exists:

http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php/users/49518.html

To get to it you have to find an old post belonging to the banned member, and follow the profile link from the ID. It just can't be located with the user search (because he apparently has been banned).

So... if you ever want to know if a silent user has been banned, just search for their ID!


(FYI: I used to maintain a website with the same software that drives this one).


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Phillip, if I'm not mistaken, you've listed metal working or blacksmithing as one of your other hobbies. I'm betting that you're going to figure this out.


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Yes, when I was in China I had a full blacksmithing forge set up. When I left I had to abandon it all as it was just not economically viable to transport any of it.

It can be surprisingly useful having a forge. I have made parts for computer printers, my Blüthner (making it a Blüthwas) and even a bullet proof lectern for my piano teacher. She wanted a lectern, it's just that anything I made was always very heavy and this one had sloped 6mm plate as the reading area). A neighbouring farm has a forge, here, which is where a friend and I made the Blüthner part.

Yesterday was wet and miserable here, so I didn't get to mail Shadow to the glove factory. Today I am a bit busy, so she will be going on Thursday without fail.


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Originally Posted by Retsacnal
I don't think Jurgen is banned. When someone is banned, their profile won't turn up in the user search. For example, Jurgen's PW ID is Supply, and here's a search for it:

http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showmembers&contain=supply&sendit=Search

Thanks, Retsacnal. I hope you are right, and he was not banned from PW. The reason I made that comment is because I was told by another prominent piano tech member here that he was. So, I was going on second-hand information (from someone I trust).

All's well that end's well. smile

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#2698412 - 12/20/17 08:11 AM Re: Fur gloves [Re: PhilipInChina]  
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Seriously...Shadow?

I'm very sorry. She was a sweetie.


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Originally Posted by Retsacnal

I don't think Jurgen is banned.


Whew! I am glad of that. Thank you Retsacnal.

Phillip, please mail Shadow to Cunningham Piano Company instead. We are running low on hide glue here and she would make a wonderful glue, with a slight scent of beef and dog biscuits. I will begin to warm the pot immediately. Thank you so much.


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Originally Posted by Rich Galassini
Originally Posted by Retsacnal

I don't think Jurgen is banned.


Whew! I am glad of that. Thank you Retsacnal.

Phillip, please mail Shadow to Cunningham Piano Company instead. We are running low on hide glue here and she would make a wonderful glue, with a slight scent of beef and dog biscuits. I will begin to warm the pot immediately. Thank you so much.


Hi Phillip
Please send Shadow my way. My dog would love a new playmate , And Shadow would enjoy romping on the beach. I always have room for one more four-legged child. Shadow can be my Christmas present to myself


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Yes, Malkin. I have got a bag, and cut a hole for her tail to stick out, and some air holes at the other end. Tomorrow she goes to the glove factory.


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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina
Yes, Malkin. I have got a bag, and cut a hole for her tail to stick out, and some air holes at the other end. Tomorrow she goes to the glove factory.


I guess we know where the Grinch now lives!

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I'm sure she was suffering from a lack of plastic 2L bottles to attack. Perhaps you just need to host the ex-pats more often.


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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina
Yes, when I was in China I had a full blacksmithing forge set up. When I left I had to abandon it all as it was just not economically viable to transport any of it.

When I left Switzerland, I jettisoned everything that wouldn't fit into two suitcases. Almost nothing is worth shipping internationally. I gave stuff away to colleagues and the Salvation Army.


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This is going way OT, I am pleased to say.

When I left China I discovered that a 20 Kg extra suitcase to Bulgaria, 1 way of course, was more expensive than a round trip ticket. I actually offered to pay a ticket for anybody who fancies a holiday on the condition that he, or she, took only hand baggage and I got hi or her luggage allowance on the trip out. Where is the sense in that?


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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina
Yes, Malkin. I have got a bag, and cut a hole for her tail to stick out, and some air holes at the other end. Tomorrow she goes to the glove factory.


Gasp! :'(


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