Get a Pro. How to choose a piano technician?

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Withindale
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Get a Pro. How to choose a piano technician?

Post by Withindale » 18 Oct 2011, 19:38

You're right about bodgers and professionals. Unfortunately it is very difficult for a customer to determine one from the other, until it's too late.
There are some of us who do manufacturers guarantee work around the country, Usually after a few attempts at a fix have been made by locals....
How should a piano owner choose a piano technician?
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Re: Get a Pro. How to choose a piano technician?

Post by MarkGoodwinPianos » 18 Oct 2011, 22:19

A technician who is busy AND expensive is USUALLY a very good one.
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Re: Get a Pro. How to choose a piano technician?

Post by Silverwood Pianos » 19 Oct 2011, 14:30

Check with any of your local businesses who use the services of local technicians regularly such as your local universities, colleges, music schools, reputable piano dealerships or music instructors who teach piano.

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