Friday, April 18, 2014
I said 'wow' out loud playing the first octave of a scale on that Broadwood in Biggars a couple of weeks ago. It's made me think. And then having got home and had some practice time on the Kemble, and it's coming out of the comparison very badly. Of course, I could get it tuned again, get something done about the sticky keys, and maybe even invest in some more significant resoration. but is it worth it? Maybe I should get a Broadwood when I'm finished in Saudi? we could make a wee holiday of it, travelling the islands, visiting second hand piano shops.