Importance of Piano tuning
Piano tuning is a process that should be a priority to any piano owner. First and foremost; having your piano tuned regularly has a great benefit of sounding GOOD and being stable. A piano that is not tuned regularly causes the pitch to drop flat of A440 meaning the piano can not be played with other instruments.. When your piano is tuned regularly, any potential problems are picked up and addressed before they escalate. This keeps repair costs low and the piano stable. In addition; ideally a piano should be tuned at least once a year. Regular tuning helps maintain a stable long tune.
There are other benefits which might not be seen as directly linked to tuning your tuning regularly. For example; when you are trying to encourage your children to take up piano lessons, first and continued impressions are very important. The piano has to sound pleasant, when a piano is out of tune you fail to connect. I am not saying this as a piano tuner but someone who appreciates good sound. It can be quite confusing for children to play a piano in tune somewhere; then come home to a piano that is out of tune. The interest can be taken away, creating that consistency can go along way in encouraging them to keep learning and playing the piano.
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