Introduction. Hi there, welcome to saxlessons.com.
In this site I hope you will find all you need to get started playing the Saxophone. There is also some information for the intermediate and advanced player as well. I have tried to cover all aspects of Saxophone pedagogy, instruction and lessons for learning to read music, a section on music theory, scales and melodic patterns, useful links to other sites. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about Saxophone playing or music theory or just music in general. Just a few things to say about my site and why I built it. I am often asked to recommend a good student model horn. First of all, for those of you who are puzzled as to where to place your fingers, here’s a couple of pictures showing the correct hand position.
I also have three photos of labeled sax keys. S Online - Solar Powered Stirling Engine - (tripod not supplied) This solar powered Stirling engine offers a dramatic demonstration of energy conversion.
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To practice his hobby away from the light pollution of cities, he bought some land in a remote part of Arizona. But there was a problem: No electricity. But he's a resourceful fellow. He built some solar panels using inexpensive blemished and damaged solar cells from eBay! Read on for more photos and some technical details to give you an idea of how he did it. Welcome to The Sietch - Projects Build Your Own Solar Battery Charger.
First we need an old window, I got mine from a construction site.
Its your basic old nasty basement window. Make sure you wash both sides of the glass well with soap and water and window cleaner, more dust means less light gets through to your solar cells. Next take your multi-meter and sit in a sunny spot (or under a flood lamp) and check all your cells to make sure they get about .5 volts per cell. You do this by gently (cells are REALLY fragile) putting the red on the front (make sure its on the little metal lines) and black on the back (any place) of each cell while it is in the sun. It should say about .5 volts. For this project I used 12 cells but you really only need 6. Nunkorat's Channel. BuildItSolar: Solar energy projects for Do It Yourselfers to save money and reduce pollution. The Solar Stik - The New Generator. Kiss the Grid Goodbye: Power Your Home with a Bloom Box!
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The Bloom Box debuted on CBS’ 60 Minutes last night. Watch CBS News Videos Online Is the fuel cell promise finally coming true?