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Everybody likes pics. Especially of nice piano settings. Let's see a pic of your piano in your home.

Here's mine. A Mason & Hamlin BB. It is in our den but I call it the piano louge where I perform nightly for an australian shepherd and a siamese cat!

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(cough) you're amongst friends Mr. S&H and you had previously eluded to "many" pics of said abode. I've seen some snow ones before, would love to see more (or PM me a link where I can drool for an hour or so) thumb

Great room and great piano!
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And now for something completely different:

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Wow! It worked!

Notice the mess smile My piano is a 1905 Howard, and the keyboard is a Casio Privia 100X.

The stuff all over the floor is sheet music in various guises laugh

At least at the minute you can actually walk in the room, although getting onto the bench can be a little tricky. . .

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Oh darn! I just noticed that the Hunk said "nice" piano settings!

His qualifies. Mine - oh well laugh

I do love your house, though, s-h.

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Oh Cathy I laughed so much at your post. I WAS drooling over MrSH's house and very glorious piano room, and then? LOL!
Oh dear. Your room is actually perfectly nice (and kinda like mine wink ) but compared to the Romantic, Sensuously lit, Warm toned Hunky piano room.... Well who could follow a photo like that?

Thank you Mr SH, drool drool

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Yeah... I didn't want to bring my DP to Uni, so I am stuck with that for now.
Although I did find a music shop with quite a few nice Piano's. so I plan on heading there every few weeks for practice :P


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Here's mine. Sorry, nothing nearly as grand as Super-Hunky's palace. grin Never fear, the fireplace is unused.

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Emphursis - that looks like what we got my mom because there is zero room for a piano in her small place, and her fingers got numb so she couldn't press the keys down on a regular piano. So I practice on it when I'm visiting. It works!

Dennis - what a nice setting. I have a fireplace I don't use (a corner one, about a foot behind the music stand on the right). I'd rather have the space, but in Santa Fe it's all the rage to have a "kiva" fireplace so there it was :\

Canonie - I laughed, too.

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I think we should have a field trip to have a piano symposium at Mr. SH's house!! Show of hands??????

I will take a picture of my current set up--it will look strangely similar to Cathy's post!!

Emphursis=--I have a key board very similar to what you are using...same stand too! I love it...I especially love to put on my pbones, as I am a morning person, my hubby a night person...so I can get up on the weekends and jam..all to myself!!

Tx Dennis: I have a fireplace that I don't use in my room as well! The piano is beautiful!!

Love seeing everyone's setup...will post my picture later tonight!

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Originally Posted by jotur
Emphursis - that looks like what we got my mom because there is zero room for a piano in her small place, and her fingers got numb so she couldn't press the keys down on a regular piano. So I practice on it when I'm visiting. It works!


It may work, but the lack of three octaves does get rather annoying quite a bit!


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Well, I tried. Unfortunately computer literate I am not! confused Fun topic though, it's enjoyable seeing everyone's piano room pics!


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Originally Posted by mr_super-hunky
Everybody likes pics. Especially of nice piano settings. Let's see a pic of your piano in your home.

Here's mine. A Mason & Hamlin BB. It is in our den but I call it the piano louge where I perform nightly for an australian shepherd and a siamese cat!

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Just for kicks, a quick pic of the outside per heavily baited request.


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Wow nice place, fancy renting it out smile

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How do you paste pic's I cannot figure out

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Originally Posted by TheMostImprovedDog
How do you paste pic's I cannot figure out


This took me a minute, too. In the FAQ's there's an item on how to upload if you have your picture on a server you've picked.

And then, over on the right hand column of your screen there's a link, under the What's Hot, on Forums Rules & Help. If you scroll down a ways there's instructions on how to upload a picture to PW's server and then link to it in your post.

It worked like a charm!

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Here's my piano "lounge"...Oh, wait! This isn't mine, but the lobby in Anaheim where we spent our anniversary. laugh I did get to plink a little, though.
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Here's mine. (Not nearly as nice as MR.SH's but glad to have it!) My 1906 Wellington I've had since I was seven years old. I'm loving seeing everyone's pics.

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Here's mine, also a Mason Hamlin BB. The usual caveats: fireplace is blocked off, only used for stacking sheet music, window and skylight face east with a steep wooded hill behind so the piano doesn't get any direct sunlight.

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Originally Posted by BB Player
Here's mine, also a Mason Hamlin BB. The usual caveats: fireplace is blocked off, only used for stacking sheet music, window and skylight face east with a steep wooded hill behind so the piano doesn't get any direct sunlight.

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cool Very nice and clean!!


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here's Edna Essex...

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Nothing special...the carpet's gotta go, but I'm in an apartment right now so i can't exactly rip it up or i would...bext next year when I buy I won't settle for anything less than beautiful hardwood floors to make my baby sing!!!

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Let's see.

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Heres my grand. the link did not work.


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