Site restructuring – Happy New Year 2012!

For any of you returning visitors, you’ve probably noticed some major changes taking place on Our aim is to make this site easy to navigate through, so you can find what you’re looking for. Please be patient with us as we continue developing the sites content and navigation and as always, if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment or send an email to

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In the meantime, have a great time playing your instrument and have a very happy new year!

Here are some videos for your enjoyment:

This one is cheesy, but it gives you that warm feeling inside!


  1. Marietta says:

    Tips: Almost certainly wouldn’t consider a Gem digital piano, but
    if you like the polished ebony appear, it is the
    most affordable digital piano in that particular colour
    on the market. They are suitable for being used in very noisy places, including
    public transport, busy streets and industrial premises.
    many high quality brands will also produce louder
    or softer tones depending on how you strike the keys, much like an acoustic piano does.

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