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It may be time to tune your piano!

No matter how much you play your piano, it's critical to your investment that you regularly maintain the instrument. In our Kentuckiana climate, we recommend you have your piano tuned a minimum of twice per year to ensure your piano's performance quality, tonal stability, and investment value.  Thus, at least twice per year, we send you an email reminder that it may be time to tune your piano.  If you have already done so, congratulations! 

If not, click here to request a piano tuning.

Just like your automobile, your piano will perform better - and last longer - thanks to your maintenance investment.

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