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Austin PianoWorks

Round Rock, TX 78681
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Customers love the "nice, knowledgeable, and helpful" technician at Austin PianoWorks, and one customer said, "He loves what he does and it shows. I highly recommend him!" The company offers a range of expert services such as basic piano tuning starting at $140 and pitch correction for $70, as well as restringing, repining, key refurbishing, action rebuilding, regulation, and brass cleaning. From antique uprights to baby grands, Austin PianoWorks can handle jobs of any size. Customers can call the company to schedule service.

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Benke Piano

Austin, TX 78736
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Since 1997, the team of experts at Benke Piano have been offering piano sales, tuning, and restoration, all backed by a commitment to quality and honest, personal service. The company's selection of professionally restored used pianos come with a five-year warranty, and the company offers moving services to ensure that pianos get to their destination safely and on time. Other services include complete internal and external restorations for antique and neglected pianos, comprehensive tuning, and piano repairs. Piano classes are also available for students of all ages.

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Charles Ball Piano Tuning and Service

Austin, TX 78759
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Charles Ball Piano Tuning and Service offers top-quality piano care, and the company's owner has decades of experience as the Head Piano Technician at the University of Texas at Austin Butler School of Music. One satisfied piano owner wrote "he is, quite simply, one of the greatest technicians in the world!" and private and commercial customers can purchase tuning and maintenance service for all kinds of keyboard instruments, including performance and professional pianos, from complete refinishing and rebuilding to basic voicing and regulation.

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Cook's Piano Service

Austin, TX 78702
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Customers have called the experienced technician at Cook's Piano Service "professional, courteous, and clearly dedicated to his craft." The company's menu of services includes professional computer-assisted tuning, comprehensive piano repairs, voicing, regulation, and reconditioning. Casework is also available to repair surface damage and wear and well as thorough external and internal cleaning service for any brand and model of piano. Customers throughout the Austin area can call or contact the company on the website to schedule an appointment.

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Greater Austin Piano Tuning

Austin, TX 78723
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The highly skilled tuner at Greater Austin Piano Tuning is passionate about making every piano sound its best and offers comprehensive tuning services, as well as cleaning and minor repairs. Customers have written great reviews about the company, like "Kevin was very professional and did a beautiful job with my piano. It sounds wonderful" and the company's technician is committed to giving every customer the same level of service. Basic computer-assisted tuning services start at $130, and full-service tuning and cleaning starts at $150.

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Hill Country Piano

Mountain City, TX 78610
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Hill Country Piano is a full-service tuning, repair, and moving company. The company's technician is a member of the Austin Chapter of the Piano Technicians Guild and has over 20 years of professional experience. Tuning services are available for any make and model of piano, from baby grands to antique uprights, and the company offers complete repair, reconditioning, and restoration for older and neglected pianos, and even minor fire or water damage. Customers can call the company for expert moving, repair, or tuning service.

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Jerry Stevens Piano Service

Austin, TX 78704
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Jerry Stevens Piano Service offers every customer "honest, reliable and affordable!" service for any make and model of piano. The company's expert aural piano tuner has more than 35 years of professional experience, and has tuned and serviced pianos for many celebrities and performers. In addition to being a piano care expert, the company's owner is an award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician, and understands how important it is to have an instrument in top condition. Customers can call, email, or text to schedule service.

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Austin, TX 78736
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For more than 25 years, the staff at MusicMasters have been providing the highest quality of service. The company offers a range of new pianos and keyboards for sale and rent, from brands like Knabe, Hailun, and Dynatone. Piano lessons are available for customers of all ages, taught by a team of experienced pianists. The company's Registered Piano Technicians provide expert piano tuning for any brand and model, starting at $150, as well as piano repairs, rebuilding, and maintenance.

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Provo Piano Tuning

Austin, TX 78735
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Customers appreciate the high quality of service at Provo Piano Tuning, and one happy piano owner wrote, "He was WONDERFUL! He was prompt, knowledgeable, and had no problem answering my (many) questions. My piano now works, sounds great, and is a joy to play." The company offers standard tuning service starting at $100, and tuning plus pitch-raising starting at $130. Piano pre-inspection service is also available for new piano purchasing, as well as professional humidity control options to prevent warping.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much does a piano tuner make a year?

A: 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.

Q: How do I become a piano tuner?

A: 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.

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

A: 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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