If you love your piano or are shopping for one, you may wonder if you really need to get it tuned as often as technicians say. Maybe you can get away with doing it less frequently or not at all? How important is piano tuning in the grand picture anyway? The Inside Scoop on Piano Tuning For your acoustic version, …(more >>)
Although we hesitate to ‘encourage’ piano storage instead of piano playing, we realize there may be a time in your life when you have no other choice. Of course, it’s always best to ask a friend or family member who might enjoy playing it to ‘store’ your piano. But if that’s not an option, learn other steps about how to …(more >>)
Moving a piano is a complicated process. Pianos and organs are not only very heavy and awkward to move, but they are also fragile. Great skill and care must be taken to ensure the instrument is not damaged during a move. Pianos have hundreds of moving parts, and any of them can be easily damaged if not handled properly during a move.
Tuning a piano requires making minute adjustments to the tensions of the strings of a piano. A piano is specifically designed to be tuned to the international pitch standard of A-440 cycles per second.