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So this was pretty funny of me.
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    Default So this was pretty funny of me.

    duh . . .

    My family just inherited my wife's mother's Kawai Upright piano, after finally closing up and selling her house. It is a nice upright, though I think I will schedule a tuning. It is in great shape otherwise. I used to play and took lessons through most of high school, but have not played for years, other than playing a few barres of a couple old songs I learned long ago, like "The Entertainer", and "The Pink Panther". While playing around with some old Guaraldi Christmas tunes on the piano as I am slowly trying to remember how to play (really hunt and peck now, if the notes are written off the cleff), I hit a sweet note at the end of a phrase and held it, and then wiggled my finger in a nice easy motion in an attempt to coax some slow, smooth vibrato out of it. Guess it don't work like that.

    HahHah! I guess my more than a decade of guitar playing is showing!



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    Yes, but does it give you any screamin' solos?
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    Wiggling is never a bad thing though!
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