[Perform-talk] Two Questions concerning Keyboards

Joshua Lester jlester8462 at students.pccua.edu
Sun Jan 8 03:53:18 UTC 2012

Why did you get a lame Yamaha Keyboard, anyway?
Get the Rowland FP4.
I got mine for $1500.
Yamaha, has always been lame!
Blessings, Joshua

On 1/7/12, Marion Gwizdala <blind411 at verizon.net> wrote:
> Dear All,
>     I am cross-posting this message to the Performing Arts & Music lists. I
> have two questions concerning our keyboard. We are having issues with our
> yamaha keyboard at church. There are times it suddenly and without
> provocation, increases in volume. It isn't the whole keyboard, though; that
> is to say, it only seems as if it is a note or two, then it returns to
> proper volume. Since I am not the keyboard player. I don't know (and neither
> does the keyboardist) if it is the same note each time it does this. Also,
> it seems to have pitch problems, again, without provocation, and just as
> mysteriously, returns to pitch. It is the strangest thing. The pitch isn't
> necessarily a half step or any specific interval, just very flat! We checked
> it with my electronic tuner. Any ideas what might cause these gremlins?
>     Now, to the second question. If we need to replace the keyboard, what
> suggestions can you keyboard players offer? I would like something
> moderately priced and with authentic sounding voices. Brands, models, and
> price ranges would be helpful.
> Thanks a bunch for all the suggestions I will receive!
> Fraternally yours,
> Marion Gwizdala
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