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A-1 Piano

Seattle, WA 98013
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A-1 Piano is a Seattle business with over 40 years of experience in the sale, rental, and movement of pianos. The company also offers piano storage and piano tuning services. Basic tuning sessions start at $120 and include other minor repairs from fixing sticky keys to squeaky foot pedals. A-1 Piano offers free delivery with all piano purchases, as well as a free tuning within the first 30 days after delivery. The business also has a rent-to-own program to make purchasing a piano more affordable.

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Artisan Piano Services

Bellevue, WA 98004
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Artisan Piano Services is a company in Bellevue that offers tuning, repair, and cleaning services. Artisan Piano Services includes some minor repairs in the price of a tuning session but has experience with larger repairs as well.The business rebuilds and restores pianos and acts as a consultant and appraisal expert as well. One customer said, “The technicians are prompt, courteous and do excellent work. In addition to regular tuning, Artisan Piano Services also replaced the keys on our 112-year-old piano and did a superb job. I highly recommend them!”

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Davis Piano Service

Renton, WA 98058
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Davis Piano Service in Renton offers professional tuning, cleaning, repair, restoration, and piano rebuilding services. The business’s website contains a comprehensive list of services with descriptions and prices. Tuning services start at $145 and consist of an approach that mixes aural tuning with electronic methods to achieve the best results. Davis Piano Service has an online scheduling tool for the convenient arrangement of repair or other service appointments.

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Doug Wood Piano

Seattle, WA 98116
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Doug Wood Piano in Kirkland is a full-service, high-end piano technician with over 35 years of experience in tuning, voicing, regulating, rebuilding, and customizing Steinway pianos. He is also a licensed installer of Precision TouchDesign and has experience in installing humidity control systems. Doug has serviced pianos for the Seattle Symphony, the Pacific Northwest Ballet, and other organizations and musicians.

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Gable Piano

Everett, WA 98201
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Gable Piano in Seattle is the business of a registered member of the Piano Technicians Guild. The business offers piano tuning and repair services, rebuilding services, and piano rentals for performances. A standard tuning to A-440 starts at $120 and service calls for repairs such as action regulation, voicing, and broken strings have a base rate of $55 and a $55-per-hour charge. Gable Piano’s website offers advice on matters such as the cost of repairing strings versus replacing them and how much piano owners should limit their repairs costs to depending on the kind of piano and when it was built.

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Piano Tom

Redmond, WA 98053
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Piano Tom in Redmond is a business that has over 40 years of experience in the piano restoration industry. The company buys, sells, repairs, and restores used and vintage pianos to their former glories and always includes free pick-up and delivery in quotes for services. Depending on the time of year, Piano Tom’s showroom contains between 50 and 70 pianos from brands like Yamaha, Samick, Baldwin, and many more. The store buys and sells everything from spinets to studio to grand pianos.

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Prosser Piano & Organ

Shoreline, WA 98133
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Prosser Piano & Organ sells new and used acoustic and digital pianos, organs, player pianos, sheet music, and accessories in its Shoreline and Tacoma showrooms. The business also rents pianos and offers piano tuning, repair services, and lessons. All tuning services come with a professional cleaning of the instrument. Lessons are available in group and individual settings for students of all ages and skill levels.

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Robert Samuelson Piano Service

Seattle, WA 98122
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Robert Samuelson Piano Service of Seattle offers piano tuning, repairs, maintenance services, and appraisals, and has since 1988. Robert is a registered piano technician of the Piano Technicians Guild. One customer said, “Robert Samuelson is an excellent piano technician and has kept my piano in perfect pitch and tune for over 20 years. Recently it needed additional work on the action and cleaning. He did that and more, and it is like new. He is very professional, trustworthy, and easy to work with.”

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Skelley Piano

University Place, WA 98466
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Skelley Piano of University Place is a small piano shop that offers piano lessons, tuning and repair services, and a personalized buying experience. The shop’s piano technician has over 35 years of experience servicing pianos for universities and concert halls. In addition to tuning sessions, he offers action rebuilding and regulation and voicing. One customer testimonial said, “Dan Skelley has been taking splendid care of my pianos for several years. He is a master at voicing and has really improved the sound of my restored 1913 Steinway. He is able to pinpoint problems and correct them with a finely tuned ear.”

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Sodo Pianos

Seattle, WA 98134
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Sodo Pianos in Seattle is a piano service business that offers piano tuning, repair, restoration, and rebuilding. The business has experience tuning pianos for concerts, institutions, and homeowners. Sodo Pianos specializes in Steinway pianos but has the knowledge to service even the most modest household pianos as well. The company offers in-home service and commonly performs repairs such as voicing, action regulation and rebuilding, pin block replacement, restringing, damper and back action replacement, and more. Sodo Pianos also rents pianos, stores pianos, and sells them on consignment. Payment plans are available for certain services and products.

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Sound Piano Crafts

Lakewood, WA 98498
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Sound Piano Crafts in Lakewood tunes, repairs, restores, refinishes, and sells pianos. The business’s piano technician is a registered member of the Piano Technicians Guild and has tuned over 20,000 pianos in his more than 40 years of experience. Sound Piano Crafts services the pianos of homeowners, churches, concert venues, school, and more with everything from action regulating to hammer repair to complete rebuilds.

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Kirkland, WA 98034
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Stage7Pianos is a piano service company in Kirkland that has over 35 years of combined experience selling, renting, buying, repairing, and restoring pianos. The business offers piano cleaning, tuning, and repairs, and a free assessment for restoration services. Stage7Pianos has a consignment sales program as well as rental and rent-to-own options. The company has a recital venue that includes a stage and the use of its Steinway D concert grand piano and seats 65-80 people.

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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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