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He was also punctual. Did an outstanding job of making my piano go from flat to concert worthy! Took his time to make it right. Keelan will be my piano tuner from now on. He also has impressive credentials.Aug 7, 2018Verified
I would recommend Keelan highly to tune your piano. He spent a lot of time on my piano and it sounds better than it ever has! I am very picky and have just moved from Florida. The previous tuner was one I had known for 30 years. He was excellent too but I found Keelan's work much better. The tuning was superb! He was very kind ,courteous and polite. He replied to my inquiry extremely fast. Thank you so much Keelan and I'll see you around November.Apr 23, 2015
Keelan Taylor did a wonderful job tuning our piano. While there were not any major issues with the piano, it was seriously out of tune, and quite flat as well. Keelan raised the pitch and then tuned the piano. The sound now is really amazing! Thanks for such a great job!Dec 12, 2019Verified
He was a professional from the moment I contacted him. When arrived he was on time and took his time in turning an antique piano that has been in our family for three generations. He did excellent job highly recommend him to do your job 5 stars plusSep 27, 2019Verified
Mr. Taylor went above and beyond the call of duty. He not only spent over two hours tuning and retuning the piano, he gave it a complete cleaning vacuum and all. The piano sounds amazing.Oct 31, 2019Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?In most scenarios I charge $100 for a tuning. Sometimes the piano may require additional effort, as in the case of Pitch Raises. Pitch Raises cost from $125 to $160 depending upon the tuning stability of the piano. Repairs $50/hr + Parts (I sell parts to the customer at cost) (All prices incur TN sales tax @ 9.75%)
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First I gather information about the piano, where the client lives etc. If the servicing may be more complex, it's important to be transparent with client as to what the intial and potential costs are. Educating the customer also goes a long way toward helping them make the best decision for what needs to be done, or simply what is and isn't worthwhile on their piano. I also try my best to work with my clients in regards to scheduling.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I have worked with everyone from professional musicians, to private homes, schools, and recording studios. I have done some work for well known musicians.