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The Piano Place | Piano Repair, Piano Lessons, and Voice Lessons

The Piano Place

Piano Service and Repair – Piano and Voice Lessons

Music Lessons

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What WE Do

At The Piano Place, You Can Hear the Difference

We love music. We tune, service or repair your piano, so that when we are done, your piano can play beautiful music. We also love to play music, and we want to help you do the same. We offer piano and vocal lessons, so you can soon be sharing your love of music.

Home Service Call

Regular piano servicing will extend the life of your piano, we recommend at least twice a year.

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Venue Servicing

Maintenance plans tailored for studios, churches, educational, performance and concert venues.

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Lessons

Offering 1/2 hour or hour piano and vocal lessons to adults and students in the North Atlanta metro area.

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How Do You Know If Your Piano Needs Tuning?

A piano that is in tune, will invite one to play, even as a beginner, but an out of tune piano will discourage even the most avid piano player from sitting down to play. You don’t need to be an avid player or technician to know if your piano needs tuning. There are 4 basic tests you can apply to your piano to know whether it is out of tune.

These 4 tests are listed on the right. Click here to download the complete details and instructions on all of these tests.

Is it at the Correct Pitch?

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Whether or not a piano is at the correct pitch depends on the vibration rate of test notes and how they compare to a standard rate of vibration. One commonly used test note is A-440 (or A4) which is the A in the octave above the middle C.

Are Single Notes in Tune With Themselves?

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Except for the lowest bass notes, every note on your piano has more than one string. The upper bass has two, and from there on up they have three. When a piano is in tune, each of the strings for any single note vibrate at the same frequency (pitch).

Do the Octaves Blend Into Each Other?

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When a piano is in tune the Octaves line up, such that when you play a series of octaves they blend into each other. An out of tune piano will not have this blending, and is obvious when playing with your left and right hands. The piano will have an unbalanced confusing sound.

Are Chords Harmonious?

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When a piano is in tune chords played will have a sweet, pure sound and will be pleasing to the ear. When a piano begins to go out of tune, even simple chords will begin to have sour sounds.

Our Unique Service

Flexibility

If your preferred time is not available through on-line scheduling, an email or phone call will solve that issue.

Referrals

Through other professionals in our extensive professional network, all piano related services can be provided.

Education

Music is a life-long acquisition. Making instruments sound and perform their best is only the beginning.

Piano Tuning, Service, Repair…We’ll Be there.

Serving Cobb County and North Atlanta Metro Area

Contact

Address

The Piano Place GA
2315 Rocky Mountain Rd NE
Marietta GA 30066-2113

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