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#1
Whatever instrument you play.
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#3
Mine would be that i have to re tune my G B and high E strings every two minutes because they go waayy out of tune. I don't get how people aren't tuning in the middle of songs while recording and are still in tune.
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#4
When a piano is out of tune. Literally nothing you can do for it except a few hundred dollars. Or when a piano has really bad action, or no weight on the keys, or no dynamic, etc.

But really, nothing winds me up more than a piano that isn't good. Literally nothing at all.
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Mine would be that i have to re tune my G B and high E strings every two minutes because they go waayy out of tune. I don't get how people aren't tuning in the middle of songs while recording and are still in tune.

What guitar is it and have you stretched the strings out?
#7
The fact that even though it is harmonically capable of employing any tuning system (12 tone equal temperament, just intonation, meantone temperament, 17 tone, 24 tone, 52 tone, 72 tone, pythagorean tuning, etc) in any key (try playing in all 12 keys on a just intonated piano) while being completely polyphonic, and yet because other instruments cannot do that, it can never really take full advantage of it's completely unrivaled harmonic capabilities.

Also it requires hours and hours to change strings, which should ideally be done at least every two weeks. I don't ever change strings though.
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#8
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When a piano is out of tune. Literally nothing you can do for it except a few hundred dollars. Or when a piano has really bad action, or no weight on the keys, or no dynamic, etc.

But really, nothing winds me up more than a piano that isn't good. Literally nothing at all.

yep

I hate hate hate that I have to pay a good chunk of money everytime it needs to be tuned. Been playing my keyboard almost exclusively because I can't get it tuned right now.

I also hate when people ask me to play stuff on some piano I've never used before and expect it to be no different.
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#9
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What guitar is it and have you stretched the strings out?


MIM fender strat and I have been using the same strings for like two months so I don't think the strings not being stretched out is the problem.
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#10
I need to practice in order to sound good

I cant fit it in my pocket

It makes me seem like I know something about music when I don't
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#11
It's too short....... oh wait, did you mean musical instrument
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#12
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#13
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When a piano is out of tune. Literally nothing you can do for it except a few hundred dollars. Or when a piano has really bad action, or no weight on the keys, or no dynamic, etc.

But really, nothing winds me up more than a piano that isn't good. Literally nothing at all.

Yeah. I'd love to get into tuning pianos. It would be such a great skill to have. Plus, I have a really really good ear for that.
#14
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The fact that even though it is harmonically capable of employing any tuning system (12 tone equal temperament, just intonation, meantone temperament, 17 tone, 24 tone, 52 tone, 72 tone, pythagorean tuning, etc) in any key (try playing in all 12 keys on a just intonated piano) while being completely polyphonic, and yet because other instruments cannot do that, it can never really take full advantage of it's completely unrivaled harmonic capabilities.

Also it requires hours and hours to change strings, which should ideally be done at least every two weeks. I don't ever change strings though.

Oh yeah that too
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#15
My G string always out of intonation, my low B in Drop B impossible to intonate...
#16
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MIM fender strat and I have been using the same strings for like two months so I don't think the strings not being stretched out is the problem.


Change the strings, dum dum. Two months and they're gonna be all fucky and won't sound as good. Also, intonating your guitar never hurts.


If the problem persists, it might just be the guitar. My last guitar had an awful habit of constantly losing the tuning on the G string. Everything else would always stay relatively in tune.
#17
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Yeah. I'd love to get into tuning pianos. It would be such a great skill to have. Plus, I have a really really good ear for that.

In a few months I'm going to try and get into Australia's school of piano tuning, one the 8 students per year (on average).
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#18
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In a few months I'm going to try and get into Australia's school of piano tuning, one the 8 students per year (on average).

Fukk yeah!
I'm sure that's some rigorous training.
#19
how hard can it be to tune a piano?
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#20
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how hard can it be to tune a piano?

oh god gawd

You've obviously never seen the process.
#21
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how hard can it be to tune a piano?

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#23
I'm not saying that it's not hard, I'm just curious as to how hard it could be.
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#24
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I'm not saying that it's not hard, I'm just curious as to how hard it could be.

It's obviously difficult enough to have schools/academies dedicated to it. You don't see that happening for guitars.
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My saxophone (way too expensive to be pulling this crap with me haha) has a bit of trouble pulling a G# in the upper octave.. Funny, because the solo I'm learning is in C# and, since G# is the fifth, it gets used quite often....
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#28
Ugh, I know nothing about pianos, I didn't even know there were schools dedicated to piano tuning. Please stop confusing me being ignorant and me being curious.
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#29
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Oh yeah that too


your instrument doesn't do that

only mine

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I'm not saying that it's not hard, I'm just curious as to how hard it could be.


a guitar has 6 strings

a piano has like 300
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#30
in my opinion i like the sound of an older string :/ i change them like...once a year unless i break one lol
#31
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#32
My telecaster has a loose rattly neck pickup, it cracks and pops if you bump it. The input jack can be a bit temperamental, it has an odd top harmonic that I've come to like on the bridge pickup. Gives it some extra bite. The frets have gouges where I like to bend. It no longer intonates properly. I really should put it in for a setup, but that would mean no guitar while they were working on it.
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#33
No matter how perfect the intonation is, all of the notes along the fretboard will never be perfectly in tune.
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#34
Floyd Rose. That's all. Everything else about my guitar is great

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My saxophone (way too expensive to be pulling this crap with me haha) has a bit of trouble pulling a G# in the upper octave.. Funny, because the solo I'm learning is in C# and, since G# is the fifth, it gets used quite often....


Yeah my alto sax's pad for the d doesn't work too well, even in the upper octave where it's easier to play

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how hard can it be to tune a piano?


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#36
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Floyd Rose. That's all. Everything else about my guitar is great


Yeah my alto sax's pad for the d doesn't work too well, even in the upper octave where it's easier to play


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#38
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why are floyd roses still a thing? they're like a complete failure

Hey, some players just naturally have a difficult time with them. I love my floyd equipped guitars a lot but, I love my hard tails just as much. It really all depends on how much the player ACTUALLY NEEDS the floyd. They have great purposes but a lot of players get sucked in to thinking they actually need them when they might not.

Edit- BIG floyd downside....string breakage at a gig.
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