#1
Hi. I sent a PM to a moderator about this, but I haven't gotten a reply. Since I'm an impatient ass, I thought I could get a faster reply here. Sorry!

First of all, I made a thread about digital pianos in the Pit, and while there has been discussion (Well, only with one person, but still...), I'm looking for more responses, possibly from people who have more specialised knowledge on digital pianos and can advise me.

However, due to the nature of the Pit, threads with less than a few replies can quickly get pushed back to the later pages in less than an hour, which of course means that the chances of receiving new responses are very low, seeing as not many people (At least I don't.) regularly search the later pages.

In this case, is it okay to bump the thread when the last post is by me? I've made a few edits which I think should help anyone who wishes to help to be able to do so more easily, but edits don't bring the threads back up.
#2
pretty sure bumping is only frowned upon when you do it in a useless thread that's obvsly dead.
#5
Digital pianos don't go under guitar gear. :p

Saw someone posting a thread on the same topic in the Pit and received some pretty useful responses. Hopefully I'll emerge unscathed.

Thanks!
#6
Quote by triface
Digital pianos don't go under guitar gear. :p

Saw someone posting a thread on the same topic in the Pit and received some pretty useful responses. Hopefully I'll emerge unscathed.

Thanks!



Neither do PA systems, but that's where you ask when you ask about gear of any kind, guitar related or not.

Or you can ask in the Recordings form, those guys know their shit.
#7
I don't think any of us are going to get annoyed with it as long as you aren't constantly bumping it and not getting any responses.


If I see that you bumped a thread three or four times and only got one or two more responses I'd probably consider closing it or warning you.