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Jan
13
comment How to tell if an old piano can be restored?
I wouldn't say a wooden frame is an absolute no-go. It's less good, which should be reflected in the price. But a wooden frame will stay in tune unless it's loose/dry/rotten.
Jan
12
comment What is a Musician?
No. This is language, not law or science.
Jan
12
comment What is a Musician?
Primarily opinion based. A site like this can't improve on general reference dictionaries. Words mean whatever the speaker/writer wants them to mean.
Jan
12
comment What is it called to take a scale but start on a different degree?
3rd close vote. Please don't take this as a rejection of the question -- people will find this question and follow the link.
Jan
12
comment Is music really infinite?
The only way there could be an infinite amount of music, is if you permit infinitely long pieces. If you limit it to what would fit on a CD, you're limited to 2^5,896,000,000 possible 80 minute (max) pieces (many of which are indistinguishable to the human ear). That's a very large number indeed, but not infinite.
Jan
8
answered “Folk size” guitar: equivalent to 000 body type?
Jan
8
revised How to start playing by ear/improvising?
edited body
Jan
8
comment How do I learn to “play” FL studio by ear?
I think this question is a duplicate of music.stackexchange.com/questions/3010/… -- for this purpose there is no significant difference between a DAW and a piano.
Jan
8
comment What approach should I take to learn Jazz/blues guitar?
Get a teacher, or failing that, a book.
Jan
7
comment Where can I go to learn how to fix my guitar?
Look beyond the internet. Buy a book. Take some evening classes.
Jan
6
comment Systematic ways to study the piano?
Although it turns out that "repertory" can be used as a synonym for "repertoire", I edited it to "repertoire" to avoid ambiguity.
Jan
6
revised Systematic ways to study the piano?
s/repertory/repertoire/
Jan
6
revised How can the ukulele D7 chord have different fingerings with different sounds?
[Edit removed during grace period]
Jan
6
revised How can the ukulele D7 chord have different fingerings with different sounds?
Explain how uke chords can come from guitar chords.
Jan
6
revised How can the ukulele D7 chord have different fingerings with different sounds?
added 24 characters in body
Jan
6
answered How can the ukulele D7 chord have different fingerings with different sounds?
Jan
5
answered Can blues be upbeat and cheerful?
Jan
3
comment What is the terminology for how we identify numbered notes like C4, E3, D6, etc?
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_pitch_notation
Dec
29
comment What's a buffer pedal and how to use it?
+1 Excellent link and the right answer, but I felt the key point from the article, and the one thing a buffer does, was the point about impedance, so I cheekily edited to add that quote.
Dec
29
revised What's a buffer pedal and how to use it?
added to the quote