New Strings

It's important to test the strings before you play

How often should a piano be re-strung?

Steel piano strings become rusty or tarnished and bass copper strings lose their tension; the sound is dull through age or very damp conditions.

A piano should be re-strung every thirty years. At the same time new, tighter tuning pins are used, frame felts replaced and the soundboard and bridges, cleaned, repaired and made good.

Action overhauls are less frequent, but this depends on use and environment. e.g moths.

Peter Tryon

Peter Tryon FMCM., FASC., ARCM., ALCM., AVCM., Cert Ed.

40+ years experience. Regular visits across the county plus parts of Norfolk, Essex, Warwickshire and Scotland (Dumfries area). Tuner for the National Trust, Cambridge University, Forestry Commission outdoor concerts, Suffolk County Council schools, many private schools, piano teachers, etc.

Fully enhanced CRB check and fully insured with £5,000,000 public liability.

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