Voicing Steinway Grand

This late 1800’s 85-Note Steinway had been rebuilt about 30 years ago. The hammers had gotten hard, causing the tone in the middle and upper areas to be very strident and harsh. I was able to ‘voice” the piano by needling the hammers, softening the tone.Bethesda Grand

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Piano Moving Dollies Hung in Trailer

Finally got the dollies hung in the trailer…no more stepping on and over them.

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Tuning in Chincoteague

Tuning the Knabe Grand for the Chincoteague Island Arts Organization for their concert this weekend. A bit dark, glad I bring my own light…:)

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In shop today

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Story & Clark player grand had some moisture damage last winter. Pianos been in storage while house was fixed. Making sure everything is working properly.

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Tuning Steinway 9 for Veterans Day Concert at University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

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Rental Grand at Eastern Shore Yacht & Country Club

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Baldwin Model L Rental Grand at the Eastern Shore Yacht & Country Club for a fundraiser for the Eastern Shore Community College in Melfa, VA. (I left the carpet squares under the castor cups so the performer could easily move the piano if he desired…which he did)

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Ivers & Pond Upright Action

Ivers & Pond upright action in the shop that needs some brass rail flanges, bridle straps, and some damper work done for a client in Berlin, MD.

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Cleaning a Hobart Cable Grand

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2 Piano Actions In the Shop

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2 piano actions I brought back Friday to work on…Altenburg in the front needs some hammer butt pins…Ivers & Pond Upright in the back needing “a lot”.

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Replacing Jack Pins

Replacing some jack pins where the jacks were sluggish on a Kohler & Campbell Console

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