Lack of local piano tuners/technicians willing to work on an older piano

Lack of local piano tuners/technicians willing to work on an older piano

    
Lack of local piano tuners/technicians willing to work on an older piano    17:28 on Tuesday, February 21, 2017          

CarolBlackburn
(58 points)
Posted by CarolBlackburn

So discouraging! I had two piano tuners check out my Mason & Hamlin screwstringer upright piano and each time they messed something up. Now I have stuck keys, dead keys and it's getting worse by the minute. I called a third piano technician and the fellow said he'd call to set up a time to come by last friday and never called or showed up. When I called his place of business his wife said he's not interested in working on old pianos. Go figure! We need to keep these older instruments functioning. Are there piano technician schools anywhere? Might be a good thing to check out for a new career.


Re: Lack of local piano tuners/technicians willing to work on an older piano    13:36 on Thursday, June 29, 2017          

adampianolove
(28 points)
Posted by adampianolove

you can try one of the online resources you can check ptg.org website from USA or Klaviano.com. Maybe you will be able to find an appropriate tuner/technician


   




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