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AAA Piano

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
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Business Description

AAA Piano is a premier piano service provider located in El Dorado Hills, California that was established by husband and wife, Steve and Susan Stokes. They have many years of experience, and are also the well-known owners of Stokes Music Studios & Event Center. The company provides many services such as piano tuning, piano moving, piano sales, climate-controlled storage, piano restoration and refinishing, consignments, and piano purchasing. AAA Piano sells both upright and grand pianos from renowned makers like Winter & Company, Samick, Yamaha, Kingsburg, Kawai, and Steinway. They are a Better Business Bureau-accredited company with an A+ rating, and they have been featured on Angie's List.

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John Ward's All Piano Tuning and Service

Sacramento, CA 95825
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John Ward's All Piano Tuning and Service has more than 50 years of service, and is located in Sacramento, California. They specialize in standard A-440 piano tuning, but can perform pitch raise tuning when applicable and requested. Other services they provide consist of key and action inspection and corrective repairs and replacements. There is a frequently asked questions page on their website that is dedicated to answering many questions such as how often a piano should be tuned, what the tuning standard is, what makes a piano lose its tuning, and why a piano should be set at the standard pitch of A-440.

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Johnson's Piano Service

Shingle Springs, CA 95682
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Johnson's Piano Service is a company located in Shingle Springs, California that was established by Jim Johnson. He has over 40 years of experience in piano servicing, and even tuned the pianos used in the San Francisco Symphony for 12 years. Jim Johnson is a graduate of Brigham University's Piano Technician Program, and he has been admitted to the Piano Technicians Guild. Many different performing musicians have used his services at the Flint Center of Performing Arts in Cupertino such as Ferrante and Teicher, Victor Borge, Andre Watts, and Steve Allen. Johnson’s Piano Service is both experienced and certified to repair Yamaha and Disklavier pianos, and Jim continues to further his knowledge and training by studying at the Steinway Factory.

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Master' Touch Piano Service

Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
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Master's Touch Piano Service was established by third-generation piano tuner and technician Vincent Blake in Rancho Cordova, California. He has more than 25 years of experience, and has a true commitment to maintaining the reputation for superior service and legacy his grandfather passed down to him after 75 years of running the family business. Their services are provided to professional musicians, concert artists, and home players alike. Master's Touch Piano Service offers piano tuning, touch design, regulation, complete piano rebuilding, and piano moving. They also are equipped to provide historical temperaments upon request.

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The Tuning Note

Folsom, CA 95630
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The Tuning Note is a piano service store located in Folsom, California. They provide a wide selection of services, including piano tuning, music conducting, audio transcriptions and chart creations, and piano accompaniment. The Tuning Note also offers music lessons for the piano, trumpet, trombone, and jazz improvisation. They have been featured in The Sacramento Journal, and are known as the one-man gig economy by writer and journalist, Ed Goldman.

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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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