PIANO TUNING IN PHOENIX
and all Valley Cities within a 40 mile radius of 2936 E Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85016
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$120 | 4hr.
Pianos that have lost enough tension on the strings and bridges to become 1/8 tone 12.5 cents or more flat need a pitch raise known as a chip tuning. This must be done before a fine tuning is possible.
It takes about four hours to chip tune and fine tune your piano.
$150 | 5hr
Alamo Piano Tuning Service appraisals are technical in nature and do not attempt to assess collector's or antique value. As such whenever and wherever possible the piano is tuned to A 440 CPS standard pitch to determine integrity of the piano's structure. The repetitive playing of all 88 keys ascertains functionality. In grand pianos the action is removed and inspected for wear and mechanical condition. In uprights the action usually is inspected without removal. Appraisal forms are provided in one page PDF descriptions suitable for publishing on electronic marketing media such as Ebay or Craigslist.
Efforts to determine general domestic market value are directed by comparison with similar pianos in similar condition first locally with Valley area dealer published sale prices and if no local comparisons exist nationally with Ebay and national market dealer ads. This methodology is disclosed so that one can do this oneself in case the price for appraisal may not merit investment.
Alamo Piano Tuning Service is not a dealer, we neither buy nor sale pianos. Jason Sipe at AzPiano.com is the largest retail piano dealer in the southwestern United States. We enthusiastically endorse Jason's business.
Alamo Piano Tuning Service does not move pianos. But Action Piano, Inc. does, and you can reach them here PianoMoverAZ.com (602) 547-8776.
Alamo Piano Tuning Service does not service digital pianos or electronic keyboards but OparMusic.com does at (480)354-7274
F. Thomas (Tom) Fiedler has been servicing pianos since May of 1972. He has tuned pianos for piano dealers, schools, churches, concert halls, music teachers, recording artists in Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, California and Arizona.
Whether your piano is a Steinway concert grand for a professional concert, or a modest Wurlitzer spinet piano for a 7 year old beginner student, Tom tunes by ear to standard pitch (A 440) with the same exacting demands to achieve your piano's full potential.
Alamo Piano Tuning Service emphasizes piano tuning and repair as its primary mission. That's because a well tuned and regulated piano is a joy to play and hear, while an out of tune piano is often not only an irritation but downright unpleasant for the pianist and audience.
Often minor repair and adjustment (regulation) is required when our piano tuner tunes your piano the first time. As long as no parts are broken beyond repair or missing, and there are not many of them required, they are made at no additional fee.