Friday, August 29, 2014

Welcome to Pianos in Tune!

A piano that receives regular tuning and maintenance remains a joy to play for years. Keeping your piano in tune not only encourages your family to enjoy music in your home, but regular piano tuning and maintenance protects your family, school or church's investment from the wear and tear of neglect.

Piano tuning is not a DIY affair. When your piano begins to sound more like the background music to Psycho than the soundtrack from the Titanic, or if it’s been more than a year since your piano was last tuned, it's time to call in your East Metro Atlanta area professional piano tuner. Better still; make that call to a Piano Technicians Guild, Registered Piano Technician (RPT).

A Message from Richard Bazemore, RPT

My name is Richard Bazemore. I'm one of the few Registered Piano Technicians (RPT) serving East Atlanta and outlying areas in East Georgia. I've worked tuning pianos in churches, schools and organizations, music studios and private homes along the I-20 corridor from East Atlanta to Lake Oconee since 2001. To hear satisfied customers sing the praises of Pianos In Tune, please check out our client testimonials.

At Pianos in Tune, I provide custom piano tuning tailored to the needs of each pianist. What works best for a beginner differs from what a concert pianist, recording artist or vocalist desires from the performance of their piano. I take the time to get to know each piano and pianist, so that I can design your piano tuning service plan to meet your needs and fit your budget.

In addition to piano tuning, I provide piano repair, regulation, and voicing for all makes, models, and types of acoustic pianos: spinet pianos, console pianos, studio upright pianos, full-size upright pianos and grand pianos of every size. 

If you'd like to schedule an appointment, you can call 770-787-4890 or email rick@pianosintune.com. Thank you stopping by! For more tips and information on pianos and piano maintenance, please have a look around my blog and the other pages of this site to learn more!


Is your piano out of tune?

Watch as your Local Registered Piano Technician Richard Bazemore describes the qualities of an out-of-tune piano. You'll learn the warning signs to look for and the tuning methods we use to get your piano sounding perfect. Determine if your piano needs to be tuned, read more about our piano tuning service, and give us a call today!

Check out our other videos, "Where is the right place to put a piano?" and "How should you care for your piano's finish?" here for more information about home piano care.

 
 


"Whether your piano's keys are sticking, chipped or broken; a pedal suddenly stopped working or you think one of the kids dropped something inside it, I've seen it all and I can repair it!"

 



        
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