#1
Does anyone know a website similar to UG but for piano instead?
^^^^True words of wisdom spoken from a genius

Gear:
Stagg Flying V
Roland Microcube
Some **** acoustic
And some random Fender straP. With a P, not T
#2
Nope... I wouldn't join it though, if I did. I don't think it would be the same.
VENUSIAN
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Patterns In The Ivy present ethnicity on an intriguing and dedicated level. ~Ambient Exotica
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#3
It's for my friend, she's going to learn keyboard
^^^^True words of wisdom spoken from a genius

Gear:
Stagg Flying V
Roland Microcube
Some **** acoustic
And some random Fender straP. With a P, not T
#5
oh right.

I wouldn't expect keyboard players to be too readily welcomed in a piano forum. If you're looking for online lessons and stuff, just have a search around- I'm sure there will be some.
VENUSIAN
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Patterns In The Ivy present ethnicity on an intriguing and dedicated level. ~Ambient Exotica
A mesmeric melange of yearning voice, delicate piano and carefully chosen samples. ~Lost Voices
#6
Keyboard player would be welcomed on a guitar forum like guitar hero players would be welcomed here
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#8
Quote by LiquidFox
I play piano and guitar.


Well done. Do you want a cake or something?
VENUSIAN
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Patterns In The Ivy present ethnicity on an intriguing and dedicated level. ~Ambient Exotica
A mesmeric melange of yearning voice, delicate piano and carefully chosen samples. ~Lost Voices
#9
I'll have a cake if you're offering.
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#12
Quote by rabidguitarist
Well done. Do you want a cake or something?




T3h sigz0rdzx.
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#13
Quote by LiquidFox
I play piano and guitar.


didn't we all learn piano around age 5 and everyone quite and changed to guitar because they relized that they just were big losers?
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marshall has half stacks for only 600, but i dont know if theyre any good. seems like a good deal....
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#14
Quote by Ur all $h1t
Keyboard player would be welcomed on a guitar forum like guitar hero players would be welcomed here


haha
#15
o ya and that site is pianonet.com
Quote by jakewynnrocks
marshall has half stacks for only 600, but i dont know if theyre any good. seems like a good deal....
#17
Quote by gallagher2006
Yeah? I can play about 10 intruments. I'll take that cake now.



and probably suck at all of them? Arrogant prick....
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#18
Quote by gallagher2006
Yeah? I can play about 10 intruments. I'll take that cake now.


you are so cool. but I want some cake I play a contra in an orchestra, some cake, please?
#19
Quote by Leadhead3225
didn't we all learn piano around age 5 and everyone quite and changed to guitar because they relized that they just were big losers?


Meh, I've been learning piano for 13 years, and I never get anything less than respect for my piano playing. Plus, It's given me the perfect pitch, the scales, the chords, the ability to play by ear and the musicianship which comes in all too handy when playing the guitar.

And maybe someday you'll realise that if you'd continued learning piano, you might be able to develop further on the guitar than playing smoke on the water and sweet child o' mine.

VENUSIAN
FB SC BC TW
Patterns In The Ivy present ethnicity on an intriguing and dedicated level. ~Ambient Exotica
A mesmeric melange of yearning voice, delicate piano and carefully chosen samples. ~Lost Voices
#21
Quote by rabidguitarist
Meh, I've been learning piano for 13 years, and I never get anything less than respect for my piano playing. Plus, It's given me the perfect pitch, the scales, the chords, the ability to play by ear and the musicianship which comes in all too handy when playing the guitar.

And maybe someday you'll realise that if you'd continued learning piano, you might be able to develop further on the guitar than playing smoke on the water and sweet child o' mine.


Wait... what? :O

I recognize getting the ability to play by ear from playing the piano, but all that other stuff - perfect pitch for example, is it possible?

If so, I must start playin the piano more frequently again
#22
Quote by -Vogel-
Wait... what? :O

I recognize getting the ability to play by ear from playing the piano, but all that other stuff - perfect pitch for example, is it possible?

If so, I must start playin the piano more frequently again

If you know what notes you're playing, then yes, it's possible.