Casio CT-X700 Review and First Impressions

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Re: Casio CT-X700 Review and First Impressions

Unread post by Saul » Sun Aug 18, 2019 2:56 pm

Thanks for that comment Jose and I am sure Phil will appreciate it too. As you can see, he plays just fine using his own method (Y)

This whole thing about what is "correct" and what is not puts a LOT of people off playing a musical instrument, be it piano, guitar, violin etc.

People forget that there were NO rules before someone made them up! :/:

If some want to follow a traditional path that is fine with me. But I won't be told by anyone, no matter how experienced or famous they are that I am playing in the "wrong" way. I play exactly how I feel like playing and that's all I need to know :dance:
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