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Me and 'er had one o' those little grand pianos. I'd said at the time "it's the only grand we'll see in this hoiuse"
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Nice place. How do you like your casio?

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Thanks. I understand that this is not an acoustic piano. And I didn't expect much from him. But the keys are very similar to acoustic. Maybe a little easier than I wanted. The sound in the headphones is very good (especially with the Hall effect). I understand perfectly well that I will never play at Carnegie Hall, but there is an opportunity to imagine it. Probably the external sound is not very good. But it might be worth connecting it to a good speaker system. And the pedal is constantly running away from me)))
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Originally Posted by Rickster
Nice piano/music room, Larry! Looks inviting! smile

I really like the hand-crocheted mini-blanket.

All the best!

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Thanks. Hopefully I'll be posting more on here now I have my own practise space

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Originally Posted by Vasiliy
Thanks. I understand that this is not an acoustic piano. And I didn't expect much from him. But the keys are very similar to acoustic. Maybe a little easier than I wanted. The sound in the headphones is very good (especially with the Hall effect). I understand perfectly well that I will never play at Carnegie Hall, but there is an opportunity to imagine it. Probably the external sound is not very good. But it might be worth connecting it to a good speaker system. And the pedal is constantly running away from me)))
I'm sorry for my English

No reason for the veiled apologies. smile If it works for you, that is what matters most.

About the fugitive pedal, a suggestion is mounting it over a wood piece. Below is what I made to save the same problem. I hope it serves as inspiration. smile I hope it helps.
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[img]http://forum.pianoworld.com//ubbthreads.php/galleries/3187138.html#Post3187138[/img]

obviously, I don’t understand how to post an image— sorry! I wonder why this is so hard? it’s been 20-30 minutes of reading instructions. possibly, a computer vs an iPad is a requirement as i completed all the following steps

sadly, ‘ Copy Image Link’ never appeared as an option. or it did, but link vs image gets posted. anyway, back to,practice!


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It's relatively easy if you are in the correct place.
1) put your image somewhere easy to find on your computer, like the desktop.
2) On the home page for Piano World, go to Forums
3) Scroll way down to Piano Photo Gallery
4) Click on New Gallery
5) Put in a title and some kind of text in the body
6) Click on the (very) small link that says Image Manager
7) upload your image
8) Save the post
9) Now go back and open the post, click on your image to open it
10) Right-click on the image and then left-click on Copy Image Link
11) now paste that into the box that opens up in your post when you click on the "Insert Image Link" icon next to the video link

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Here is Mary's piano room:

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Very nice!!

P.S. I am on my laptop (PC) which allows me to right click and get the image link. I think there's a way to do it from the iPad, but I'd have to go get it to check.

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Great room and piano setup 😸


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thank you, ShiroKuro! that was very kind of you to take the time to post that photo for me, as well as explain that using my computer (vs. iPad) might work better.

and @dogperson, thanks! ☺️


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Originally Posted by ShiroKuro
Here is Mary's piano room:

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Very nice!!

P.S. I am on my laptop (PC) which allows me to right click and get the image link. I think there's a way to do it from the iPad, but I'd have to go get it to check.

That is a beautiful piano/music room, Mary! Very warm, and inviting! smile

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Originally Posted by EVC2017
Originally Posted by Vasiliy
.... And the pedal is constantly running away from me)))
I'm sorry for my English

No reason for the veiled apologies. smile If it works for you, that is what matters most.

About the fugitive pedal, a suggestion is mounting it over a wood piece. Below is what I made to save the same problem. I hope it serves as inspiration. smile I hope it helps.
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Very professional! I have used a good blob of Blutac/Patafix type stuff which works well once it is squashed down.

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[img]https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...et=pb.671395961.-2207520000..&type=3[/img]

Not sure whether the above is how you post pictures here, but I can't make sense of the instructions on Piano World.

If the picture is visible, there is now a drum kit in the place where I took the photo from. It's my rehearsal room in my back garden.

If the picture isn't visible I'd be grateful for any advice on how to post images on the forum.

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Hi Simon
Facebook requires an account go view the picture. Unfortunately, I do not have and have no plans to sign-up


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Simon,
What dogperson said is exactly why I ask people posting pictures on the forums to upload a copy to the forums (or send a copy to me and I'll upload).

Pictures hosted elsewhere often end up disappearing or can't be accessed.

When I clicked the link you provided it says Sorry Content Not Available Right Now.
This may be because you have the post set to your friends only and not to the world.

In any case, feel free to send me a copy of them ( frank@pianoworld.com) , or point me to a place I can get them and I'll post them for you.
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Originally Posted by Simon_b
If the picture isn't visible I'd be grateful for any advice on how to post images on the forum.

I wrote this tutorial, I hope it helps.


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When I clicked the link you provided it says Sorry Content Not Available Right Now.

Same here. FB is not exactly share friendly anyway, in all senses one can think. smile


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Many thanks EVC2017

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Well I knew posting from FB wasn't ideal, but it WAS the only way I could see of doing it.
I know better now!

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Thanks Simon and EVC
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