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#35607 - 04/29/05 09:55 PM Post Your Piano Pictures  
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#35608 - 04/29/05 11:45 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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From the 2004 SoCal piano party!

penny

#35609 - 04/30/05 04:05 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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WOW, that's a real beauty.

What finish i.e. veneer and make is it?

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#35610 - 04/30/05 06:01 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Penny,

Very nice. What piano is that?

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#35611 - 04/30/05 06:04 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Our 2 youngest in the music area section of our downstairs family room. Its a Kohler & Campbell KCG600. I made their matching pj's! smile

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Congratulations Mazer on your new piano. Its lovely. Penny, what a case on yours. wow

#35612 - 04/30/05 06:47 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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mamma2my3sons,

Nice photo. Are the boy's learning to play?

#35613 - 04/30/05 07:20 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Mazer, they have a full sized keyboard downstairs as well as drums & a guitar but don't seem all that interested. frown

However we're going to try the youngest one with some kind of music lessons when he is 5. It may be piano or we may try guitar because he'll strum it on occasion & make up songs.

The older one tried drum lessons for a little while but became disinterested quickly. However he is very competitive, so if little brother takes up an instrument, we are hoping that he may follow suit. wink


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#35614 - 04/30/05 07:44 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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http://community.webshots.com/album/230205996BAfyPc?671

A few months ago before my tuner vacuumed it out. laugh


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#35615 - 04/30/05 09:54 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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I've had it for 10 days now. 3hearts

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#35616 - 04/30/05 09:57 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Penny,

That is a great looking piano! thumb

What is it?


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#35617 - 04/30/05 10:21 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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I have a Schulze Pollman 190 in the mahagony briar finish (those are the inside panels). The outside color is just regular mahogany and the boxes are lined with a walnut trim.


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She sounds great, too!

penny

#35618 - 04/30/05 10:23 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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M3,

Congratulations on your purchase 10 days ago. That is a great looking piano. That is a great looking room. Love the hardwood floors. I am renovating my house now, and I'm having cherry hardwood installed. Did you get the piano to play, or for the Dog?

#35619 - 04/30/05 10:45 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Penny,

Wonderful piano! I guess the fact that it sounds nice is a plus. wink

Mazer,

The dog's bed is a result of acoustics experiments. He also happens to love it under the piano. Its his own little "cave".

The dog is 12 and losing his hearing, so it doesn't bother him when I start practicing. If only I could say the same for the hearing folks around. :rolleyes:


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#35620 - 04/30/05 11:01 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Klavier & Mazer


If you want to embed you pictures into your post:

Resize your picures to a smaller size, then go to:

http://www.pianoworld.com/Uploads/fileuploader2.html

and upload your photos one at a time.

You will recieve an email with the location of each file.

Reply to this thread using the full reply form, or I think you can edit your original post. confused

Click the image button on the full reply form and copy and paste the file location into the popup box. That will embed your picture into your post.

Do it for each picture.

If I've totally confused you, do a search on posting pictures. wink


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#35621 - 04/30/05 11:08 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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#35622 - 04/30/05 11:15 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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klavierspielerin,

Here is one of yours:

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#35623 - 04/30/05 12:01 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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I.D.s of make and vintage would be nice, this from one who will watch a movie over trying to identify a piano but who couldn't tell you the plot afterward. whome Chickering concert grand, circa 1890.

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#35624 - 04/30/05 12:19 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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ChickGrand,

Piano looks to be in good condition for it's age. Is it 7 ft or more?

#35625 - 04/30/05 12:57 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Wow ChickGrand, That's beautiful! I knew you had this piano, but these are the first pictures I've seen of it. thumb


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#35626 - 04/30/05 01:18 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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I wanna see a picture of Rick's DoorBell!

I love that 3rd shot looking down with the lid open wide. Great photo.


Bob

#35627 - 04/30/05 01:20 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Piano looks to be in good condition for it's age. Is it 7 ft or more?
Way more. Just a hair under 9 ft.

#35628 - 04/30/05 01:22 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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I wanna see a picture of Rick's DoorBell!
So do I--a wiring diagram! The one person I don't want ringing it rung it Thursday! smokin

That open shot is my favorite, too. smile

#35629 - 04/30/05 07:09 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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My piano is /not/ a pretty one, so view at your own risk.

http://just-lose-it.net/afterglow/images/HPIM1370.JPG
http://just-lose-it.net/afterglow/images/HPIM1371.JPG
http://just-lose-it.net/afterglow/images/HPIM1372.JPG (you can see where my piano teacher's mothers cigarette burnt holes in the keys, this piano used to belong to their family)
http://just-lose-it.net/afterglow/images/HPIM1373.JPG
http://just-lose-it.net/afterglow/images/HPIM1375.JPG (the number on the piano, 3118)

You people with your pretty grand pianos. :p I'm saving up for a new upright, this one's really starting to die.

#35630 - 04/30/05 07:30 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Prophetic,

What are you talking about it's not pretty? It's a nice old piano. A piano doesn't have to shine to be pretty. It's pretty in it's own way. It's got some history, and a little nostalgic behind it. Thanks for taking the time to share your pictures.

#35631 - 05/01/05 04:59 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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The dents tend to distract me. And so do the constantly sustained notes in the upper register. It can be nice once in a while, of course. Thanks though. ;D I'm working on websized pictures instead of grainy hi res

#35632 - 05/01/05 05:55 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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WOW!! Beautiful piano Chickgrand. Now that's what I call substance, it must weigh a ton, at least. wink

#35633 - 05/01/05 06:27 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Vintagefingers,

Where are your photos?

#35634 - 05/01/05 08:03 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Where are your photos?
Well to be honest Mazersteven, I expected to post them well before this but I have yet to receive delivery of my soup to nuts rebuilt vintage Chickering. It has been delayed 4 times over the past 2 months for various reasons, mostly scheduling. I was expecting it this past Thursday until I received a call from the rebuilder that it would be delayed another week due to separation of a small section of the veneer on the lid which had to be re-glued and laquered. He wanted to wait another week before delivery to give the laquer time to harden up a bit. I'm expecting delivery this coming Saturday. I have my fingers crossed that I don't receive a late Sunday call like I did last week delaying it yet again.

Wanna see photos of my 1955 Kimball console? shocked

#35635 - 05/01/05 08:26 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Vintagefingers,

Sorry to hear about your delivery troubles. Yes 1955 Kimball. And remember to post here new pics of new Chickering.

#35636 - 05/01/05 08:37 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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My Walter 190, with the (I hope) soon to be replaced crummy curtains.

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