org-tuner,46" Model 1098 (1987), Piano Tuning and Maintenance-, Complete Grand Restoration

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Here we have a pre-owned Steinway upright built in 1986 and in excellent condition.  Privately owned, this piano was very well cared for.  We freshened up the cabinet, serviced & tuned this piano to get ready for its next owner.  If new, this Steinway model 1098 is $32,300 (Steinway NY List, Nov. 2016).  Save big while owned a fantastic Steinway piano.This Steinway upright has a feature rare among upright pianos, a true sostenuto pedal.  Grand pianos feature the sostenuto, but most uprights leave this out.  The sostenuto pedal is frequently used for contemporary jazz and late Romantic classical composers like Debussy & Ravel.This piano was generously donated to MusicLink Foundation, and the proceeds of the sale go to benefit underpriveleged and underrepresented piano students in our community.  To learn more or donate directly to MusicLink, please visit http://www.musiclinkfoundation.org/This piano includes original matching storage bench & 3-year Parts & Labor warranty.0.07210999

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Bring our concert experience to your home.  We have a great group of Registered Piano Technicians (RPT) available to maintain your investment.  We serve the metro-Atlanta area and Athens, so call us today to tune your piano. A few words about tuning and maintenance.  The industry standard is to tune a piano twice per year.  For many families, the change in your home thermostat is appropriate timing.  When you change from Fall to Winter and turn on the heat full time, this environmental change will affect your piano's tuning.  And again when you change from Spring to Summer and turn on the AC full time, go ahead and schedule your next piano service.  Most manufacturers actually recommend 3-4 tunings each year.  In a piano's early years, strict regular maintenance habits will pay dividends down the road.  Our attentive technicians can also reduce the nuisance issues that may occur in a machine as complex as a piano. Let our experienced piano tuners tune your piano and you will enjoy your experience every time you sit down at your piano. 0.03785872

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PianoWorks’ Restoration is widely known among institutions, concert halls, musicians and technicians. With 30 years of rebuilding experience and a team of technicians with expertise and focus on achieving optimal performance of each piano, PianoWorks has earned the reputation for uncompromising quality. Our restoration clients appreciate our high standards and attention to details. PianoWorks offers complete restoration services including soundboard, bridge and full action replacement. Because these are very specialized skills that many shops and technicians are not trained to do, many technicians send their grands to us for this work. Link to our restoration web site below to see our shop and learn more about the services we offer. Although we specialize in restoring Steinway & Sons and Mason & Hamlin pianos, we regularly repair and restore other brands of performance grade grand pianos. Because not all pianos are worth the investment of restoring, we encourage you to call us. We will gladly discuss the best options for your piano. www.pianoworksrestoration.com Here are just a few of the institutions who have used our Restoration Services: University of Georgia           Perimeter College Bob Jones University           West Georgia University Florida State University           Morehouse College University of Tennessee           Emory University Mercer University (Macon)           Kennesaw State University Reinhardt College                       Auburn University Agnes Scott College            University of Louisiana (Lafayette) Georgia State                      University Wesleyan College LaGrange College                Shorter College Presbyterian College           Georgia Southern University Additionally, many pianos are restored for faculty members! Tips For Getting Started Your piano tuner has just advised you that major work needs to be done to your grand piano to restore it to its original performance level. You are now faced with the questions so many people ask . . .how much works needs to be done, where do I go for this kind of work, who do I trust, who has the skill level to do the work properly? Because there is limited information available to consumers, here are some tips to help you with those questions: 1)  Look for a rebuilding shop with experience and technicians who are RPTs (registered piano tuners have met the standards set by the piano guild). Ask other piano technicians their opinion of the technical work done by the shop you are considering. 2)  Have your piano evaluated and have them provide you with an estimate of the work needed. Ask questions and learn what work is needed to bring your piano to its full potential. 3)  Determine if the shop is known for their cabinet refinishing, superior technical restoration or both. Which aspect is important to you? 4)  Review their references, there should be a significant list. 5)  If Universities are listed, know that they have researched thoroughly! They are a demanding clientele with high expectations as they have to answer for the tax dollars they are spending. 6)  Play several pianos rebuilt by the shop so you can assess their performance level. 7)  Visit the restoration shop for a better understanding of how they operate.0.03123185

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