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Long-Time Customer Recommends PianoWorks
By Glen Sloan
7/14/2009 2:02:00 PM
Having been a customer of PianoWorks' founder, Don Bennett, for almost twenty-five years I highly commend him and his staff for piano sales, piano restoration services, piano moving, and routine piano maintenance in the Atlanta metro area and throughout the United States.

For over two decades I have played professionally at churches and other venues where PianoWorks has provided outstanding pianos (Bosendorfer, Schimmel, restored Steinway & Yamaha). Whether renting an artist piano for events at major arenas or helping my students purchase pianos for their homes, PianoWorks has always exceeded the expectations of all concerned.

For the past ten years I have served as music assistant at Johns Creek Baptist Church in the north Atlanta suburb of Atlanta. PianoWorks has sold and maintained several notable pianos during my tenure at the church: a walnut Schimmel grand piano, two re-conditioned Yamaha grand pianos, several studio pianos and the jewell in the church’s piano inventory – our Bosendorfer Imperial grand! All of these pianos have performed well under very demanding conditions.

PianoWorks’ restoration, service, and maintenance departments are second to none. On numerous occasions I have called one of their service technicians at the last minute to touch up the tuning on a piano prior to an important performance – they have always responded immediately and with utmost professionalism. They have a terrific team of piano movers who have moved my personal piano – a 1913 Steinway Long-Scale “A” with the tender loving care it deserves. Pianoworks provides outstanding service to each customer, from customers who purchase entry level console pianos or digital pianos to world-class performers who demand the finest brands available in today’s market (like Bosendorfer, Schimmel, Steinway & Yahama).

The sheet music and music accessories department at PianoWorks provides all the materials needed for my studio of piano students and their staff provides exceptional levels of personal service. In addition their substantial inventory allows for many options when selecting metronomes, piano lamps, ancillary learning methods, and musical gifts.

Need more information? Check out their website: www.pianoworks.com

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