Piano tuners are tools used to tune a piano. The piano tuning lever; has a special "star" socket shape that is designed to fit piano pins, which are square and tapered.The most popular tip size is a #2.
There are about 90 Tuners which are members of The Piano technicians Guild in the NYC Chapter. How many are not members I am not sure about.
You can find a list of piano tuners in Toronto namely pianoinside, bestpiano,torontopianosale etc.They provide with tuning as well as moving,buying,selling etc.
The answer to the question depends on the definition of piano tuner. If you assume the question refers to professional piano tuners only, and includes those professional piano tuners who are not exclusively piano tuners, the number could be approximated as follows:Number of piano tuners in the world = (number of pianos that are periodically tuned in the world / average number of years between tunes for a periodically tuned piano) / average number of pianos tuned per year by piano tuners.Now:The number of pianos in the world = (the population of the world / number of people per household) * the number of pianos per household.The number of periodically tuned pianos in the world = the number of pianos in the world * the percentage of pianos that are periodically tuned.Where:The population of the world = 7,000,000,000Number of people per household = 5.5Number of pianos per household = 0.02Percentage of pianos that are periodically tuned = 40%Average number of years between tunes for a periodically tuned piano = 5Average number of pianos tuned per year by piano tuners = 100Number of piano tuners in the world = (7,000,000,000 / 5.5 * 0.02 * 40%) / 5 / 100 = 20,364Now, give me a job at google.com
There are specified tuners made exclusively for piano incorporating the overtone series to make sure that the piano is perfectly in tune.
Since Odessa is in the Ukraine and not in Russia, the answer is "zero".
yes it is true that they do that because iplay the piano
George W. Booth has written: 'Pianos, piano tuners and their problems' -- subject(s): Piano, Maintenance and repair, Tuning
One. It would take him a while, (like a month) but one.
Population Estimate. According to the 2000 U.S. Census there were 9.5 million people in the Metropolitan area in the that year. The average family is estimated to be five people. Therefore, there is an estimated 1.9 million families. It is also estimated that there are about 1 in 5 families that own a piano, which yields approximately 380,000 pianos in the Metro Chicago area. The following is taken from the website MATH.ORG: How many piano tuners are needed for 380,000 pianos?Some people never get around to tuning their piano; some people tune their piano every month. If we assume that "on the average" every piano gets tuned once a year, then there are 380,000 "piano tunings" every year. How many piano tunings can one piano tuner do?Let's assume that the average piano tuner can tune four pianos a day. Also assume that there are 200 working days per year. That means that every tuner can tune about 800 pianos per year. How many piano tuners are needed in NYC?The number of tuners needed is approximately 380,000/800 or 475 piano tuners.
As of August 2010 there are 5 properly qualified piano tuner/technicians in Hobart. Average age is 50+ with 2 being semi-retired.
In order to thoroughly answer that question I would need the city in NC. However I can say that you can input "piano tuners *city* *state*" and get a list of sites that should contain this information. The phone book would also be a useful source to find stores that sell musical equipment.
Piano tunings vary per area. In Utah, they start out at about $75 per tuning. Sometimes pianos will need several tunings depending on the piano and if it was severely out of tune. You should contact your local piano store for a list of piano tuners. Dunkley Music in Utah
A piano tuner's income is based on his/her location. An average piano tuning can range from 90 dollars to 180 dollars. A full time piano tuner will tune around 2-3 pianos a day and work about 5 days a week.
There are exactly 85 keys on a Gresham piano.
There are exactly 86 keys on a piano. I counted.
Some people tune their pianos monthly. Some never tune them at all. It is probably reasonable to expect that, on average, pianos get tuned once a year. But you don't really know that for sure. Let's begin: NYC Population: 3e6 people, more or less Average size of household: 1.46 people / household Average number of households having a piano: 11.7 households / piano Number of pianos tuned by one tuner per day: 4 pianos (exactly) Number of tuner workdays per year: 253 days (exactly) Number of people per piano: 1.46 * 11.7 = 17 people / piano Number of pianos per NYC: 3e6 / 17 = 176470 pianos / NYC Number of pianos tuned by one tuner per year: 4 * 253 = 1012 pianos Number of tuners needed to tune all the pianos in NYC: 176470 / 1012 = 174. ANSWER: 174 tuners, more or less. Note: A standard piano keyboard has 88 keys. An octave spans 12 keys, not 8. The number of keys is irrelevant, as is the number of strings, because a piano tuner will tune all the strings for all the keys when he/she tunes the piano.
Some piano tuners offer full service repairs for pianos. Others only offer the tuning service and simple repairs such as replacing a string while tuning. You'll have to inquire of each piano tuner you contact what his or her services are.
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Piano tuners only use two different tools to fully tune a piano. One of the tools is called the tuning and hammer and is used to test each individual string. The other tool used is the mute, which makes sure other strings aren't played during tuning.
If you are looking for a Piano tuner, the first thing I would do is go to a few Local Music Stores and get some advice/ reference from them I am sure they could lead you in the correct direction if they do not perform the service themselves.
if the cello is out of tune, try the fine tuners that should be farther down than the bridge. If fingering is off try to match it with a piano or something.
The piano was invented by Barolomeo Cristofori in Italy. It is not known exactly when Cristofori invented the first piano.
This piano tutorial shows exactly how to play When I Was Your Man by Bruno Mars with both hands.
* Exotics: Strong on Tuners, but weak on Mussles * Tuners: Strong on Mussles, but weak on Exotics * Mussles: Strong on Exotics, but weak on Tuners
Any instrument that has exactly the same design as a piano is a piano, however, there are some other instruments which have similar designs, such as the harpsichord and the electronic keyboard.