Some people collect stamps. So do I.
Some people collect coins. So do I.
But I seem also to collect musical keyboards. My sixth has just arrived. (I can't read music.) I just fiddle around with them
While I am on my sixth, I should point out that I have given three away. I have, in my apartment, only three.
Each one is a Casio, and each one I get is larger than the one before it. My favoite up to now has hundreds of tones and over a hundred rhythms. My fun has been to choose a rhythm at random, listen for a moment, and then begin improvising a simple melody line that seems to fit.
I make what passes for music at the old folks home.
My newest Casio keyboard is model WK-3300 and has even more rhythms and tones, AND IT RECORDS. So these "gems" I create can be saved. Huzzah.
Needless to say, I bought it online.
My plan is to make some simple improvizations, record them and then play my harmonica in accompaniment.
AND with my laptop computer, I can even put them on CD's.
Nashville, here I come.