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- Pianos should be tuned twice a year.
- A new piano requires more tuning in the first year or two, up to 4 tunings in each year. With new piano, comes new strings which are not "seasoned" - they are "unstable" and tend to stretch faster. Thus, the off-pitches are heard much earlier.
- Piano which is played on often and intensively could require additional tunings. The frequent and hard hammer striking actions on the strings will affect the tensions of the strings much faster. This is analogous to a car driver driving very fast around bends that will result in the tyre marks wearing off faster than normal.
- An unused piano should be tuned once a year minimum. Not using the piano does not negate the necessity of a tuning. The tensions in the strings are always there, and it is exactly these high tensions that cause the strings to stretch and the pitch to go flat.
- In fact, regular piano tunings help to build string "strength". The strings don't go out of pitch that easily or often as they did before after a few regular tunings. So, a litte investment at the start can go a long way. Beware, corrective treatments due to a long interval since the last tuning can be very expensive.
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To make minute adjustments to the tensions of the strings of an acoustic piano to properly align the intervals between their tones so that the piano is in tune.
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