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Can I connect multiple HO scale model train power pack controllers together to run multiple engines at once?

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Question by Zaner: Can I connect multiple HO scale model train power pack controllers together to run multiple engines at once?

Best answer:

Answer by Old Man Dirt
If they are going to be in a single block and operated as unit, it is better just to buy a bigger power pack. If you want to run them as separate trains, then you need to either wire in blocks for the trains to operate and have separate power packs or go with command controls.
This link:
http://www.building-your-model-railroad.com/model-railroad-wiring.html
explands it better then I can in the space allowed.

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First Capital Connect . 319364 . Mill Hill Broadway Station . 17th-August 2010

Monday, November 5th, 2012

First Capital Connect . 319364 . Mill Hill Broadway Station . 17th-August 2010
electric trains
Image by AndrewHA’s
First Capital Connect . 319364 .

Mill Hill Broadway Station .

Tuesday 17th-August-2010.

A rainbow train now with added graffiti !

Snapshot 3: How to connect different track brands

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

Want to connect Lionel three-rail O gauge tubular track to K-Line SuperStreets? How about connect Lionel to GarGraves flextrack? As Bob Keller of Classic Toy Trains shows in this introductory video, connecting various brands of track to each other is a snap, thanks to transition track sections now on the market.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

How do I connect the cars on an ho scale train? Sometimes I can, sometimes I can’t. Is there a trick?

Sunday, November 27th, 2011

Question by p. r: How do I connect the cars on an ho scale train? Sometimes I can, sometimes I can’t. Is there a trick?

Best answer:

Answer by S.C
What brand of cars or loco do you have? And do they all have the same connectors

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trying to figure out how to connect control switch for a lionel santa fe twin diesel electric train set?

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Question by aglee: trying to figure out how to connect control switch for a lionel santa fe twin diesel electric train set?
model no.6-1285 trainmaster safety transformer no.4250 027 gauge

Best answer:

Answer by yarnlady_needsyarn
Contact your supplier, or check our Lionel online.

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I need help piano in keys other than C, F, and G. I play scales repeatedly but cant connect it to the music!!

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Question by mmikle: I need help piano in keys other than C, F, and G. I play scales repeatedly but cant connect it to the music!!
I play my scales every day like I should but when it comes time to play music in other keys I have to literally mark each note on the page (circle it, underline, etc) or else ill play the natural note and make a mistake. Is there some type of mental pattern I need to learn? What exercises can I practice? Should I know the note is flat/sharp due to the sound (ear training?)? Is there somewhere on the web that has music sorted by key so I can practice one key at a time over several songs? Im good at transposing but I want to play songs as they are written..

Best answer:

Answer by Alliepants!
Know what key you are in before you start the piece. It shouldn’t be a matter of having to look back at the beginning of the line and see what flats/sharps there are. Do you have the circle of fifths memorized? Here is a picture of the circle of fifths: http://numbera.com/musictheory/theory/images/fifths2.gif
Memorize what keys have how many sharps/flats. I would try practicing some pieces in C major, then F (1 flat), then B-flat (2 flats), etc.

Here is a site that might help you with memorizing key signatures (if you don’t have them memorized already). Just knowing them and being able to look at it and immediately know what key you’re in will help you alot, I think.

http://www.musictheory.net/

This site has Trainers – Note, Key, Interval, and Triad, where it shows you a staff with a note, key signature, interval, or chord and will ask you what it is, and then there are the ear trainer where it plays a scale, interval, or type of chord and ask you what it is. You can set it to be pretty tricky – for example, on the Scale Ear Trainer, you can set it so it will play not only Major, minor, and harmonis minor, but also all of the modes, such as Dorian, Lydian, Mixolydian, etc. As for the key signature trainer (which will be the one which will help you with your “problem” the most), once you’ve mastered treble clef, you can move onto bass clef, and then there’s tenor and alto clef, which I find very difficult to read.

Anyway, good luck with your piano playing! <3allie

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