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Alamo Piano Tuning Service

Phoenix, AZ 85060
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Alamo Piano Tuning Service has provided piano tuning services since 1972, service in Phoenix and all Valley Cities since 2009. Head technician F. Thomas Fiedler handles all kinds of services including piano tuning by ear, voicing, regulation, and repair. He also offers appraisals for insurance, buying or selling, and making a claim.

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Arcadia Piano Service

Phoenix, AZ 85082
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Arcadia Piano Service provides piano tuning services for the Metro Phoenix communities. Arcadia Piano Service offers standard and basic tuning and pitch correction. They also offer humidity control systems and is a "Piano Life Saver System" certified installer and retailer. Owner Chad Mitchell is an Associate Member of the Piano Technicians Guild.

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Bianchi Piano

Phoenix, AZ 85308
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Bianchi Piano is a piano tuner that is serving the Phoenix metro specializing in piano tuning and repair. Piano technician Jedin Bianchi handles piano tuning, pitch raising, and other piano repairs. He was certified by the American School of Piano Tuning.

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Chapin Piano Service

Mesa, AZ 85203
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Chapin Piano Service is a piano tuning company based in Mesa that has specialized in tuning, repair or rebuilding a piano for over 45 years. Head tuner Dennis Chapin combines his technical skills with his ability to hear the harmonics to properly tune a piano. He also provides pitch raise, voicing and regulation, and other piano repairs. Piano cleaning products are also available through their online shop.

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5.0 / 5 (9)
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5.0 / 5 (2)
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Lucas Hathcock RPT

Tempe, AZ 85282
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Lucas Hathcock RPT is a Registered Piano Technician specializing in piano tuning serving the greater Phoenix area. For over 15 years, Lucas Hathcock offers a variety of piano tuning services including pitch raise, voicing, and regulation. He also provides cleaning, repairs, and restoration services. Lucas Hathcock's services may be booked online through their website.

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Mesa Piano

Mesa, AZ 85207
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Mesa Piano is a piano tuning company based in Mesa providing complete piano care since 2007. Mesa Piano uses traditional skills while employing the latest tools and techniques in providing a range of piano services including tuning, repair, voicing, regulation, humidity control, concert prep, touch weight analysis & correction, and action rebuilding. Owner Mark Purney is a Registered Piano Technician of the Piano Technicians Guild.

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5.0 / 5 (1)

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Phoenix Piano Moving

Phoenix, AZ 85053
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Phoenix Piano Moving is a piano moving company for the Phoenix Valley specializing in both upright and grand pianos. Phoenix Piano Moving offers a variety of services including piano moving, piano tuning, and piano storage. They also offer a free quotation for their moving services.

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4.6
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4.7 / 5 (42)
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4.5 / 5 (10)
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4.0 / 5 (4)

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Pianomansaint Piano Tuning

1828 E Villa Maria Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85022
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Pianomansaint Piano Tuning is located in Phoenix, Arizona. It has been in business for over 25 years, and its services include piano tuning, repair regulation, and keytop repair. The business also installs Dampp-Chaser systems in pianos to regulate humidity. It is an associate member of the Piano Technicians Guild and offers its services on weekends and evenings as well as typical daytime hours. Pianomansaint also services school and church pianos.

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5.0 / 5 (282)
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5.0 / 5 (26)
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5.0 / 5 (1)

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Safe & Sound Piano Movers

Mesa, AZ 85204
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Safe & Sound Piano Movers is a family-owned piano moving company based in Mesa that provides service in all the cities of the Phoenix metro area. With four generations in the piano moving business, Safe & Sound Piano Movers strive to provide the highest level of professional service, always with a two or three man crew to protect clients' home and piano. Their team also offers piano tuning and repairs for all kinds of pianos, piano storage and piano rentals for events with a range of pianos to choose from. Safe & Sound Piano Movers is proudly endorsed by My First Piano and Piano Revival Project.

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4.5
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5.0 / 5 (2)

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Scott A. Helms, RPT

Phoenix, AZ 85020
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Scott A. Helms is a Registered Piano Technician member of the Piano Technicians Guild that strives to offer quality piano tuning and repair service to the residents of the Phoenix metro. He is also a Dampp-Chaser humidity control system field expert and a Yamaha Disklavier service technician. His work has been praised by past clients for the excellent quality that he provides.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a piano tuner make a year?

The average annual salary of a piano tuner in the United States is $48,796. Of course, this can vary greatly depending on the person’s experience, location, and hours worked. Most piano tuners work for themselves as freelancers, so ultimately, they dictate how much they earn by how much work they take on.

How do I become a piano tuner?

Individuals who want to be a piano tuner will need to complete a training course, usually followed by an apprenticeship. Piano tuners have to practice on thousands of pianos before becoming an expert in their field. It also helps to have a basic understanding of how to play the piano.

What is the difference between a piano, a tuna, and a pot of glue?

This is a popular joke:

  • John: What is the difference between a piano, a tuna, and a pot of glue?
  • Jane: No clue.
  • John: You can tuna piano, but you can’t piano a tune.
  • Jane: And the glue?
  • John: I knew you’d get stuck there.

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