Why It’s Important to Tune Your Piano

Why It's Important to Keep Your Piano in TuneIf you are an unprofessional musician, but a simple music lover, then you may not be able to notice the slightest frustration of playing the instrument. But it’s unlikely that you will enjoy the piano playing, in which false notes will slip through.

This is especially true for children who are sitting behind a frustrated instrument, will get used to poor-quality piano sound. This can not only affect their perception of music, but also distort their ears, dull his musical acuity.

To prevent this from happening, the instrument must be regularly tuned by a professional master who will promptly bring the piano to a proper match and, possibly, at an early stage, identify possible malfunctions.

Why set up a piano that works so well? This question is worried by most unprofessional. After all, the keys work, the pedals are pressed. Why then call a tuner and pay him not so little money?

First, many people believe only the eyes, not the ears.

Secondly, many “tuners” do not know the basic principles of piano work and their actions only upset what should have been brought to an excellent condition.

Thirdly, the constant postponement of the tuning of the instrument as a result is delayed for many years, and the piano eventually comes to a deplorable state, from which only a very expensive master can deduce it.

So, why do you need to set up the tool regularly?

  • You will extend the term of his service.
  • Allow your child’s hearing to develop correctly.
  • Give your child an additional incentive to make music.
  • Get an incomparable pleasure from playing the piano.

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