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[quote] On 2012-02-25 14:47, Dale Houck wrote: That's a beautiful table Bri! I remember you sharing it before and your builder did a great job. Where you're going to perform and the conditions of the performance are key. A table like Bri's is perfect for the home. I think my tables I mentioned above are perfect for the "magic parlor" in my KC house because it's set up like a bar. I have a vintage P&L dragon table here in Miami Beach that I love and it is perfect for here. If I were going to go on the road with a table, I think I'd take the route in Tom Stone's book "Vortex" and use a folding music keyboard stand, put Bill's plywood on top and cover it with a cloth. When I was looking at the demonstration table, it was advice from Bri about it not having a lip and the thread in secret sessions Bill started and mentioned above that convinced me I didn't want to go that route. Being dependent on a hidden area in a table is a bit like needing training wheels on a bicycle. That said, the Mikame option isn't wrong, because everyone has their own opinion about what looks good and what they want in a table. [/quote]
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