• The Piano Man Blog

  • History of the piano

    Background The piano may be the best known and loved of all musical instruments. It also has the broadest range of any instrument, so music for all other instruments can be composed on it. It can be played solo, but most[...]

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    Why Modern Pianos are Best

    An old piano is not only inferior to a new instrument due to its wear and tear over the years, but lacks so much innovative design and precision manufacturing. Central Heating Wear and tear aside, to focus on the [...]

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    Spec Blindness and How you can Avoid It.

    What in the world am I talking about? Spec Blindness? Let me explain. Spec Blindness is a particular phenomenon that is often exhibited by the prospective piano buyer who feels overwhelmed by the task of selecting the [...]

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    What is a Pitch Raise

    A pitch raise is a preliminary piano tuning performed prior to a regular tuning. Also known as a “pitch correction” or a "pre-tuning", this procedure is often associated with the term “double-tuning”.  A pitch [...]

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    What's that piano worth?

    One of the more difficult questions to answer when buying or selling a piano is "What's this piano worth?" Usually, the person asking this question is on the other end of a telephone line and can't remember the brand [...]

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    Symptoms that Your Piano is “out of regulation”

    Is your piano difficult to play softly with ease, consistency, and accuracy?  Do you feel as though you have to fight your piano to get the sound you want? These are symptoms of a piano that is “out of [...]

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    What is Voicing on a Piano

    My piano technician says that my piano needs voicing. What does she mean? Good question. First off, never be afraid to ask your technician what something is if you don't understand. We piano techs, like many other people[...]

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    How to Determine the Condition of your Piano

    I bet you wish that based on the way your piano looks good on the outside will be enough for you to say that it is functioning properly. Well, as with any other things, you have to remember that there is much to know if [...]

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    The Do's and Don'ts with Piano Moving

    Whether you’re planning a short- or long-distance move, you’re likely to run into a few obstacles with your plans if you own a piano. Whether you perform beautiful music on the instrument daily or let it collect dust[...]

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    When is it time to say goodbye to your Piano

    Received bad news from your piano technician saying it's no longer possible to tune our piano? The question is what should you do? You can rebuild it, but is it worth it or is it better to just replace it. There comes a[...]

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  • 3 comments

    Thanks so much for moving our piano! You were very efficient and great to work with.

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    Thanks Leann, we really appreciate your comments.

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    Thank-you for making our public art display a great success! We could not have done it with out your help!

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