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    newbie

    Hello, I am new here.

    I'm from Michigan I play Bass in a Rock band, and i am currently learning Piano.

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    Hi toejamfootball ...

    Welcome aboard to Magle International Music Forums. Michigan is also my native state ... I still have relatives scattered about the state .

    Hope you will enjoy your time here.
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    thats strange, my brother lives in Phoenix and I am moving there in November.

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    That's great ... well, guess It's a small world afterall ... (hate - no, loathe that song ) Be glad now that you aren't going to transport a piano clear across the country
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    I did a search for Piano teachers in Phoenix.. There are a lot more there then here in Grand Rapids. It's hard to find a Harpsichord teacher though. I can only find one Woman in Columbus that teaches Harpsichord.

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    Thats got to be encouraging for you. Sometimes organ teachers also instruct on harpsichord ... my college organ professor did, anyway. I googled 'harpsichord teachers, phoenix" and it has lots of names listed.
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    Hi toejamfootball,

    welcome to MMIF!!

    Wish you good luck in finding a harpsi teacher - though I would say, when you can play piano, you could give harpsi a try without any teacher.

    Have fun surfin'!!






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    Good point, Also having never played a Real Harpsichord only an electric keyboard I should try it. I make like the feel of the Piano better.

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