The median hourly pay for a Piano Tuningn professional is $13.47 and hour. Based on that hourly rate, the median yearly income of a piano tuner would be roughly $28,000.
If you are in the US, technically that would be income and you'd have to file it under miscellaneous income, much like if it were gambling winnings. Yes it is taxable - basically, increases in wealth are taxable. The "hidden hoard" is a famous tax case where someone bought a Piano and much latter found a hoard of $ in it. There were tax accounting issues as to the $...could they offset it by the cost of the Piano, did they actually "buy" the money when they bought the piano...etc....but the bottom line is...found value is taxable.
how much money would I get if I was an accountant in Scotland
You can do that if you issued the money order in favor of your landlord. In that case, there would be a reference number for the money order, take that to the bank that issued it and they would be able to provide the details.
yes i would deduct money to my child.
Love is important but u should have enough money to sustain a happy life.............. Definition of enough money depends on you......
You do not need to take traditional courses in piano tuning, however you would probably need to work as an apprentice with a professional piano tuner.
Depends on the quality of the technician and the years of experience like with any field. I know of one tech that charges $180 + for the tuning alone.Most technicians do not include pitch raises or repairs. Pitch raises take longer and have nothing to do with the actual tuning of the piano itself. The piano must be brought up or, lowered to, concert pitch before the actual tuning can take place.Repairs also have nothing to do with tuning. An average tuning takes about 1 to 1. 5 hours for most tuners.AnswerThe going price here in the Bangor area of Maine is about $100. The time it takes is at least 2 hours which includes minor adjustments, simple cleaning, and lubrication. There are added charges if there is a repair such as a broken string, replacement of saddle straps, or trimming of dampers that may be buzzing. One of the best piano reference resources is http://www.steinway.com/technical/tuning.shtml AnswerHere in Los Angeles, I charge between $75 and $125 depending on how bad the piano is and how long it's been since it was tuned last. Please tune your piano at least once a year. Manufactures recommend twice a year. MasterTuner.com
If a piano is rarely played, when it's tuned it will still be a bit out of tune. Most likely if you just got your piano and haven't played it much, tuning it won't help for a bit. You will have to play the piano often to keep it in tune after it's been tuned.
imho, the question is who in the world would buy one at all? digital keyboards are now high quality (weighted hammer key action and sound) andmoderate priced- especially if used; whereas who would buy a 64 key piano -think moving and tuning costs -versus, if you want a real piano, getting a similarly sized spinetfree from pianoadoption when theright one pops up(and pay for moving/tuning alone). why go through the trouble of a labor-pricey beginner piano first?
Yes indeed ! :)
That would be a military pension.
The total money you would have if you hadn't spent any of it
I would say a lot because you can make a lot of money playing basketball as a career.
The some wave has the same frequency as the natural frequency of the tuning fork, the tuning fork is made to vibrate due to a process called resonance.
because it helps you find the jobs you would love to do + more money on top
You would first have to have have lots of money. Then you would have to get into go carts and have lots of skill. Then you would have to work your way up.
The sound would be muted if a tuning fork is hit and then placed into a cupboard.