Piano Repair

Most people think of piano repair like car repair.  It should be simple, right?  I mean it should stop and go, how hard is that?  Most inspection stations seem to think it takes a great deal for a car to stop and go, and when I look under my hood, I begin to agree with them.  Like cars, pianos have many intricate parts to smooth the process of stopping and going.  When the parts are in good condition, the pianist enjoys the thrill of playing a responsive instrument that amplifies his skills.  Unfortunately, some pianos have suffered neglect, damage, or downright abuse.  Julia enjoys seeing improvement in pianos and her goal is to make each customer happy with the way their piano works.  Below are a few examples.

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