We don't play our piano much/at all. Why should we get it
Unless you are a conservatory, the main cause of change in your piano's tuning
is humidity, not usage. If you don't get it tuned at least every year or two, the
pitch falls steadily until it becomes a candidate for a
People ask why they can't just do a pitch raise and tuning every ten years or so.
The answer is that a pitch raise is hard on a piano. It's a big change, and you
don't want to have to do it more than a couple of times in a piano's lifetime.
It's like deciding just to have heart bypass surgery once in a while instead of
taking care of yourself.
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