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Our mission at Dr. Keys Piano Tuning Service is simple: to provide high-quality services for our valued clients. Our team goes above and beyond to cater to each project’s specific needs. Through open communication and exceptional service, we hope you’ll find what you’re looking for with our Piano Tuning Service. For more information or general inquiries, get in touch today.
DR. KEYS PIANO TUNING SERVICE
Your Satisfaction Is Our Priority
Dr. Keys Piano Tuning Service has been providing the best services to Norton and surrounding areas since 1981. Fair prices, superior quality and exceptional customer service are guaranteed when you work with us.
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Services we Provide
Piano tuning- Pitch raise
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Jeff spent a lot of time (about 3 hours) tuning our old piano. He was nice and pleasant to be around. We are loving our piano and thank him for his work.
Mar 22, 2019
Jeff is always so friendly and polite when he comes. He makes my little spinet sound like a piano again - always takes the time to get everything ‘just-right’. Happy to have him taking care of my instrument every year.
Mar 29, 2019
I was so impressed by Dr. Keys! Our baby grand piano has been through a lot of moves and hadn't been tuned in a while. He got right to work after politely introducing himself. When he was finishing up, he started playing the most beautiful tunes, jazz, and blues, and I was in heaven! We had a great talk later about our mutual love of music, was very personable and made the piano sound great!
Thu Jun 20 2019
Jeff was amazing! He answered my email right away! He was kind, professional and did a great job! The piano sounds fantastic! Also, the price was very reasonable!!!! I would highly recommend Jeff!
Jul 15, 2019
A pitch raise is a preliminary piano tuning performed prior to a regular tuning. Also known as a “pitch correction” or"pre-tuning"
To regulate a piano is to adjust all of the parts so that they operate uniformly and efficiently. The greatest difference between a new and a used piano is that the parts in the used piano have become worn and no adjustments have been made to compensate for the wear.
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