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Bit of a beast compared the old midi keyboard. Rachel loves it, she managed to get a drum beat going on it before I had a look in. Poor girl, she's going to be a geek like me
Possibly, however for the next 2 weeks I'll be finishing the loft, starting the bathroom/bedroom work. I'll see what I can squeeze in though.markymark wrote:Do I sense a digital piano review coming on....?
Tis a brother for Rachel, not so new now, he's nearly 5 monthsdave brum wrote:BTW Steve congratulaions on your new arrival - a brother or maybe a sister for Rachel it seems!!!
None of the walls are straight in my loft conversion so it'll fit in fineGill the Piano wrote:I'd send it back if I were you; it's bent and it's got electric in it...
It's me being slow, feeling dazed and confused due the loft workdave brum wrote:Sorry, I meant the other new arrival
I think we'd all love a real piano, maybe one day.Bear in mind Steve that Gill is a piano tuner and if all pianos in this world were electrical, she'd be out of work! Hence the response from her. Personally I'd love an acoustic upright, they don't all have volume pedals on them sadly
Indeed it is a pity about new (ish) houses. Personally I don't think the neighbours would be too impressed with an upright being wheeled into the house.
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