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Hi and welcome to the site! Thanks for asking this question! For your case, it seems like you've already identified the PA system will be the most flexible to your immediate and future needs. Even in your last use case, using the amp as accompaniment while playing piano, will be more easily accomplished using a PA system. This is for three reasons: Your ...


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I've had the pleasure of playing hundreds of acoustic pianos over the years. Grands, baby grands, uprights, spinets, harpsichords ... I've also played many keyboards and digital pianos. There is no universal down weight. Yamaha grands feel different than Steinways. Some Yamahas feel different than other Yamahas. Fatar keybeds tend to all feel the same (at ...


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When reading from music like this... ...piano staff with chord symbols. Or, like this... ...a lead sheet with only melody and chord symbols, the convention is to play the chord until a new chord symbol is given. Often the chord changes are one or two per bar. Sometimes you may see the note N.C. meaning no chord. Sustain the chord while moving through ...


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There seems to be some confusion based on the comments under the question. The term keyboard in this case is a synthesizer, that means an instrument with lots of sounds, often several hundreds of sounds and lots of different styles for the rhythm box. On such a keyboard the "one finger chords" is a standard option. You start the drum machine and then you ...


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