Loc: Prospect Heights IL USA
Aud! The cat is starting to pull at the strings of the bag. It will not be too long before you will see the cat spring out of the bag. When the spring comes all things begin to come to life. The life blossoms and in in it’s time comes the fruit. Oh how sweet it will be. Just wait and see! Riddle the fiddle and fiddle the riddle. Can you name the tune from the riddle? I can! Look at the wall, the handwriting tells it all! Borrowing a quote: Let those who can see, see and let those who have ears, hear!!!!
What is everyone afraid of? What difference does it make if the 7000 IS the last of the line. Surely it is good enough to last anyone a lifetime. It doesn't depreciate like my car does. What is this (modern?) idea that we must have something new every year or so? Is it just another sign of the "throw-away society". I challenge any member to say that they have already explored every facet of the KN 7000 and thus need another challenge. Long live the KN 7000!!!! Mike O'R
Me too, not that I'm in any rush to replace my kn7. I've still got lots of exploring to do on mine. ( thanks to your books Alec ( haahaa) If it truly is the last of the kn "top end arrangers" then it would become a "keeper".
best wishes Rikki
Originally posted by lahawk: Back to the subject....
I believe we would all like to know Alec's opinion on this rumor, regarding the demise of high range Technics Keyboards.
best wishes Rikki ðŸ§¸
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