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The grand piano – it’s the granddaddy of them all. Just looking at it evokes images of tuxedos, evening gowns and elegant music. Considering one of these fine instruments can cost more than a car and as much as a house, you need to know how to care for and maintain it so it lasts a lifetime.

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The string winder is an optional but strongly recommended tool. It allows you to wind the strings steadily around the tuning pegs and makes string setup much easier. You can get one for a couple of bucks in any music store.

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The consequences of doing work for minimal pricing are not good. For one thing, you will be doing damage to the industry in your local area and your competitors will resent you. In the lawn care industry those that price their tuning services at ridiculously low levels are called ‘Lowballers’ and it is seen as the mark of a real amateur.

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5) Electronic pianos: if you really have budget constraints, think of this: most people only buy ONE piano in their entire life time – do you want to end up playing a bad touch, bad respond, too light touch electronic keyboard after 20, 30 years? Honestly I still recommend to totally AVOID electronic pianos, whatever the sales person tells you.