I know this isn't a piano site, but I figure some of you may be able to help me.

I'm looking for a book/site/something that can give me like a list of techniques I can use to mix up my improf a bit (like different left handed bass patterns/sweeping arpeggios/etc).

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I have, and have found some cool bass patterns, but that is about it =/
i learned to play (and a bit of basic theory) from Pianos for Dummies. It goes into more intermediate techniques towards the end of the book.
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a piano buddy yay! XD

im learning to play piano and this are some of the websites im using
http://8notes.com/ (they have chords chart plus sheet music)
http://www.zebrakeys.com/ another good website has a few lessons
this lady has lessons for piano
and this one by far has been the most useful for me

thats all i can think of at the moment if you know any websites or a good forum for piano or any more resources that are helpful let me know
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Try The Netter Atlas of Anatomy, or perhaps McMurry's Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition. I hear Brock's Abridged Microbiology is great as well.

If push comes to shove you could always ask Dr. Miles. ; P
Hi, I'm a jazz and classical piano teacher.

Try rhythmic variation, fast chromatic notes leading to chord tone notes, modal playing, bill evans voicings, octave playing, broken chord playing, playing in thirds etc...

I'm actually in the process of writing a beginners keyboard book in the metal genre.