Topic: Re: OT - piano recommendation
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I have to completely disagree with you. As a piano major who has played and performed on many pianos, you don't just start moving this piece and pulling on that part to make it sound better. What about the feel, touch, tone, rebound? A grand piano has over 10,000 parts and I make sure I have a trained and certified tech work on mine. I could sell my piano and purchase several restored ih V8 tractors And am also mechanical and understand how things work but will never attempt any repair other than fix a squeaking pedal. I would compare this to your 300. You fixed it and it works, but I would not want to perform a concerto on it because it makes a terrible noise. If you had taken it to the dealer it would be right. I know I am not comparing apples to apples, and I repair my tractors myself as well, but please unless you are certified to be working on pianos please don't!
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