Do you have a piano in your home? Are a master musician who can play Beethoven and Mozart with ease? Are you a more casual player who likes to play for a while after dinner?
Regardless of your level of musicianship, if you love to tinker with the keys you want to make sure it’s performing as it should. That means it’s got to be tuned.
You could visit a piano repairs shop or piano restoration shop and pay a piano tuner to get your piano sounding its best, but if you’re waiting to tune your piano yourself it can also be done. If you’re going to do it, it requires time, patience, attention to detail and a strong ear.
If you’re going to be your own piano tuner, here’s what you need to do. Let’s start with equipment you’ll need:
- Get materials: When you’re tuning a piano, much like any sort of handyman job, you’re going to need the right tools. The problem is that you probably won’t find pian Read More