Astronaut by Simple Plan

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Why Need a Tuned Piano? Piano lesson, apart from guiding people how to play piano, also provides tips on the maintenance and upkeep of the instrument. Tuning a piano takes quite a lot of time and thus can’t be done regularly but it is very essential to keep the piano playing in a good condition. If the piano goes kaput, it will absolutely lose its resale value. The piano is quite complicated a device and if a part goes sub-par the overall quality of music gets hampered. The most evident symptom of a damaged piano is its out-of-tune strings. Piano tutorial advise not to get irritated with the jarring sound but rather try tuning the piano as that helps prevent serious damage. One must not wait for the piano to go out of tune but keep tuning it at regular intervals of time. A constant tension has to be mentioned in between the strings so as to ensure the well being of the various delicate parts of the piano that aren’t easily procurable and rather expensive to repair. (More...) Show video tutorial!

About the Artist

Simple Plan is a Canadian pop punk band from Montreal, Quebec. The band has had no line up changes since its inception in 1999. Members are Pierre Bouvier (lead vocals), Jeff Stinco (lead guitar), Sebastien Lefebvre (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), David Desrosiers (bass, backing vocals) and Chuck Comeau (drums and percussion). They have released three studio albums: No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls (2002), Still Not Getting Any... (2004), and Simple Plan (2008); as well as two widely marketed live albums: Live in Japan 2002 (2003) and MTV Hard Rock Live (2005). Simple Plan began in 1996 with the formation of a band named Reset by friends Pierre Bouvier, Charles-Andre "Chuck" Comeau, Philippe Jolicoeur, and Adrian White. Reset toured around Canada with bands such as MXPX, Ten Foot Pole, and Face to Face, but only managed to gain modest popularity. The debut album, No Worries, was released in 1999, and Comeau left soon after to go to college. Two years later he met with high school friends Jean-Francois "Jeff" Stinco and Sebastien Lefebvre who were in separate bands of their own, and combined to create the band.
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The Various Kinds of Piano The piano can be broadly classified into two types: the Vertical or Upright piano and the Horizontal or Grand piano. The distinction is made on the basis of the height of the piano in question and the placement of the strings. The upright piano ranges between 36 to 60 inches is usually sub divided into four types: the spinet, the console, the studio and the upright. The spinet has a height of 36 to 38 inches and a width of 58 inches. It is the smallest of pianos and is good for people living in small spaces. However, it is not usually used for professional playing piano because it has less power and accuracy and but that does not mean that it cannot be used in piano lesson and piano tutorial. The console is slightly bigger. Its height ranges between 40 and 43 inches. This kind of piano comes in various styles and hence can be made to match your furniture. The studio is the piano seen in music schools. (More...)