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Old April 1st, 2019, 01:27 AM
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My experiences at buying a piano

We went to buy an electronic piano as a gift for a person in the extended family. The piano was of Japanese make. Sound was awesome. Keys were exquisitely crafted. Controls were superb. The whole thing was exceptional except....

Except the bag - the only thing made by the local Indian sales company. The bag was shitty. The piano will last him for ages, the bag I do not know. Zipper does not work properly. A struggle to open it.

The one solitary thing made in India - a simple bag, and we screw it up. What can I say? Mera Bharat Mahaan???

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Old April 1st, 2019, 01:32 AM
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why japanese make piano but no provide bag? more shitty than screwed bag....
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Old April 1st, 2019, 01:37 AM
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Re: My experiences at buying a piano

how big a piano btw? 61 keys?

something like this -

https://www.amazon.in/Yamaha-Musical...r=8-1-fkmrnull
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Old April 1st, 2019, 03:42 PM
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We went to buy an electronic piano as a gift for a person in the extended family. The piano was of Japanese make. Sound was awesome. Keys were exquisitely crafted. Controls were superb. The whole thing was exceptional except....

Except the bag - the only thing made by the local Indian sales company. The bag was shitty. The piano will last him for ages, the bag I do not know. Zipper does not work properly. A struggle to open it.

The one solitary thing made in India - a simple bag, and we screw it up. What can I say? Mera Bharat Mahaan???

Feel shitty man - really shitty
That's not a piano if it fits in a bag, you need a pickup truck or tempo and 3-4 men to haul a piano. You surely mean you went to buy a keyboard.
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Old April 2nd, 2019, 03:38 AM
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That's not a piano if it fits in a bag, you need a pickup truck or tempo and 3-4 men to haul a piano. You surely mean you went to buy a keyboard.
he said electronic piano.... which is different from a keyboard.
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Old April 2nd, 2019, 04:58 AM
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Re: My experiences at buying a piano

Depending on the recipient, you could have gifted an upright organ instead of electronic piano.
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Re: My experiences at buying a piano

But for an upright organ, he would then require a pickup truck or temp with 3-4 (wo)men to haul it, ain't it?
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Re: My experiences at buying a piano

give the guy a break. he obviously meant a keyboard.
Jeez, so technical you guys are
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Not me. Well, the thought had crossed... but the link that kkaka pai posted does call it a piano, even though it seems to be a keyboard. So, what th does it matter... keyboard... piano... erected organ... all seem to be the same, something to extract music from.
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Not me. Well, the thought had crossed... but the link that kkaka pai posted does call it a piano, even though it seems to be a keyboard. So, what th does it matter... keyboard... piano... erected organ... all seem to be the same, something to extract music from.
The only music Shring can extract from a semi-erect organ is A FLAT MINOR!




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pehley bajane sikh loh fir bag kee tensen leyna
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You is genius, Harararakararara pai Shrinparay pai, please do make sure that you do not fall into some legal issues... as the matter may evolve beyond just a badly-zippered bag.
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You is genius, Harararakararara pai Shrinparay pai, please do make sure that you do not fall into some legal issues... as the matter may evolve beyond just a badly-zippered bag.
Zip up bag for an upright organ sounds painful!
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pehley bajane sikh loh fir bag kee tensen leyna
bajane ke baad organ ko bag mein rakhna zaroori hai kya?
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