Piano repair advice

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

Strings break; hammers break; parts wear out.   Nothing is more frustrating than pushing a key down  and hearing a thump instead of a beautiful tone, or two pitches instead of one, or having a key stay down instead of coming up again to meet your finger for the next note.  All of these things indicate that something inside your piano is either broken or has another problem that needs fixing.

Also, your piano must be in good repair in order for the a technician to tune or regulate it properly, and for (more…)