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Tommy Meneses Piano Tuning
Tommy Meneses Piano Tuning

Tommy Meneses Piano Tuning

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Introduction: With over 15 years of piano experience. I can help keep your piano sounding it's best! I can even bring an old piano back to life. Plus I strive to give the best customer service I can. I take great pride in making sure your piano sounds it's best, and not leaving till you are satisfied. Plus I make sure to respect your home and will remove my shoes before entering your home.

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Amber S.

Piano Tuning

Tommy Meneses Piano Tuning's reply
Thank you for the positive feedback Amber! It was my pleasure to tune your piano. Please call me anytime and have a grest, musical day!
Jan 16, 2018
Gustavo M.

Piano Tuning

Feb 2, 2018
Ilana C.

Piano Tuning

Apr 28, 2018
Matthew Y.

Piano Tuning

Aug 27, 2018
Mary W.

Piano Tuning

Sep 14, 2019
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  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    For an upright piano, I usually charge $100. This covers my maintenance check, full evaluation of your piano and of course, the tuning. For baby grands I charge $125. If your piano needs a pitch raise, I normally charge an extra $40 for this service. This is because your piano is a little further out of tune than normal (i.e. not being tuned for an extended period of time) and needs a little extra time to get it just right!

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    When I meet a new piano a have never tuned before, the first thing I do is give a full evaluation of the piano. I check to see if there is anything that can compromise the integrity of your piano. (i.e. a cracked soundboard, broken strings or keys...) I also will check for the "health" of your hammers and see if the felt is worn past it's life and may need attention. And finally, I pull all covers off your piano and walk you through a routine maintenance of your piano that will keep it lasting a lifetime!

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    Back in 2000 I started working at Alamo Music Center as a piano sales person. Over those years I became the piano sales manager and even started learning the technical side of the piano. Going through months of training and even mentoring under a very seasoned piano tuner/technician. After leaving Alamo Music Center in 2009, I still love working with pianos and look forward to working on yours!

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