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Tips on Summer Break Piano Playing: Tune up Atlanta

| May 29, 2013

For a quick start to getting back into playing your piano this summer, you might want to check out the 90 minutes DVD “Piano for Quitters” with 10 separate lessons at www.pianoforlife.com. It is a practical guide to chords and harmony. Summer is a great time to enjoy piano music and get your Piano Tuned […]

Tips on buying low cost pianos in Atlanta Ga

| May 22, 2013

Older church pianos are often given away or sold for a few hundred dollars. As long as any non functioning keys and pedals can be repaired by a piano technician (without having to replace a significant number of parts), these can make a great starter piano investment. It is also important that the piano strings, […]

If My Piano Has Cracks In The Soundboard, Is It Unable To Be Tuned?

| May 17, 2013

A piano can be tuned even if the soundboard is cracked. Some high-end grand pianos that are in good-performance condition have cracks wide enough to see the carpet underneath. However problems with cracks in the can arise if the soundboard separates from its ribs, which stabilize it from the back. Sometimes this can cause a […]

Should I tune & repair my piano or sell “as is” in Atlanta

| May 16, 2013

Having a professional piano tuner technician tune your piano 1st will help the prospective buyer understand the full value of the instrument. High quality pianos (Steinway, Baldwin, Mason & Hamlin) are often well worth investing in more complete repairs to maximize the piano resale value. A $2000 complete re-pining & re-stringing of a quality piano […]

Tips On How Often to Tune My Piano In Atlanta

| May 10, 2013

To determine how often your piano needs to be tuned, it’s good to consider what is making the piano go out of tune, and how frequently this happens. Pianos that are subjected to many hours of heavy use daily, (such as at colleges and places of piano playing instruction) sometimes need to be tuned weekly. […]

Tips on buying a used vertical piano in Atlanta: optimal for tone quality & piano tuning

| May 3, 2013

The taller the piano, the longer the strings. Everything else being equal, the longer string pianos will produce a higher quality sound and more pleasant tone when the piano is in tune. Spinet pianos, being the shortest stringed, can have issues with buzzing strings due to the overall design of the piano, even when the […]

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