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  • Ronald Nossaman

    RE: DC Data

    Posted in: Pianotech

    Okay, good luck. Ron N ------Original Message------ Data on tunings is not useless. I can [and am willing to] demonstrate that a piano's tuning...

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    RE: DC Data

    Posted in: Pianotech

    Data on tunings is not useless. I can [and am willing to] demonstrate that a piano's tuning can remain stable to within a 0.5 cents range (i.e., for...

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    RE: Linden piano keyslip

    Posted in: Pianotech

    sorry i though this was a grand. But... i have run into it on grands that have been refinished or the slip was so tight it would not budge.

  • John Formsma

    RE: Career Decision

    Posted in: Pianotech

    FYI, whenever business is slow in my piano work, I sometimes wonder what life would've been as a teacher. And I've considered teaching if I ever must...

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Why Am I Here?
   
Norman Cantrell, RPT
PTG President

 

I was called to tune a piano for a lady. She mentioned that I had been to the house before to service a piano for her mother. I arrived, and I remembered the home—a simple frame house in a nice part of town—but I didn’t recognize the piano. When I had been there previously I had tuned a Chickering console. What greeted me this time was an old Ivers & Pond upright that hadn’t seen anyone from our profession for quite some time. 
     
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