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comment Did any player pianos use card decks?
I bet you could make a vamp with a jacob's ladder.
Nov
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accepted What are “nodules” and how do you avoid them?
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asked What are “nodules” and how do you avoid them?
Oct
31
answered Temporary vocal bass range extension
Oct
29
answered Why is the key included in classical music titles?
Oct
29
reviewed Approve Guitar getting out of tune quickly
Oct
29
answered Why is the guitar tuned like it is?
Oct
29
comment Why is the guitar tuned like it is?
Try it! You'll either love the 'CF' or you'll know why not! (empirically)
Oct
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reviewed Approve chopin tag wiki
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reviewed Approve chopin tag wiki excerpt
Oct
27
comment What is “classical” guitar?
I've seen 'e' for the pinky. I think it was a flamenco article in a guitar mag, 20yrs ago. FWIW.
Oct
27
comment What is “classical” guitar?
+1 I was gonna say Segovia! BTW You can also play "'classical' guitar music" on steel strings. With flats you can get just as sweet as nylon and with no string noise.
Oct
27
revised Why is the highest frequency on a piano 4186 Hertz?
style and lemma
Oct
27
comment How to learn many musical instruments?
Dude! Paragraphs! I get to sentence three and my mind wanders. With smaller paragraphs, I may be able to form an opinion on what you're saying. :) BTW Welcome to the Site.! It's 3:30am. I probably should've let this alone. But it's far too late to turn back now.....HTH! :)
Oct
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reviewed Approve flugelhorn tag wiki excerpt
Oct
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Oct
23
reviewed Approve Do weighted keys on a keyboard lead to more expressive playing?
Oct
23
reviewed Approve Realistic Virtual Piano
Oct
23
reviewed Approve What are the objective differences between the guitar and the piano?
Oct
22
comment Are there any (experimental) guitar strings whose cross-section is not a circle?
Good point. I wouldn't expect any of these crazy strings to wear well.