Kenton County, Kentucky Piano Tuning
FRANK RENFROW PIANO TUNER-TECHNICIAN
YES I STILL DO PIANO TUNINGS! (Updated Autumn of 2017)
I HAVE NO PLANS TO RETIRE!
Best way to reach me is by email at
2nd Best way to reach me is to text or call my cell phone at:
If you call me I may not answer my phone immediately
but will endeavor to answer your voicemail message
as soon as possible.
- Serving Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
- Now celebrating 42 years in the profession
- 11 years with Baldwin Piano Company in Cincinnati, now independent.
- Steinway dealership trained with state and federal certification.
- EXPERT PIANO TUNING
- REPAIRS, minor repairs and adjustments including:
- pitch raises, action adjustments, action regulation, individual string replacements and pedal adjustments. Experienced in all facets of both vertical and grand piano regulation and repairs.
- INCORPORATING a lifetime of experience in diagnosing and resolving problems with sticking and sluggish keys.
Pianos for sale:
- PIANOS FOR SALE - I am now closing out my Antique Steinway Piano, Pianoforte and Fortepiano collection of considerable historic interest. I have only small number of pianos left in my collection, and I can give interested buyers, very good deals on these!
- You can find the pianos I currently have for sale at: Antique Steinway Pianos & Early Pianofortes for sale
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Pra á Grenoble: A 1792 Pianoforte built in Grenoble during the French Revolution.
This unusual pianoforte incorporates features with both English and Germanic elements, similar to some Swiss Pianofortes of the period. Very similar to the standard Zumpe-style English squares in basic form, this instrument diverges in having three unique knee controls consisting of circular stops rather than hand stops. It also retains the reverse keyboard arrangement of ebony-topped naturals and ivory-topped accidentals seen in the earliest Zumpes and also still present in the German, Swiss and Viennese fortepianos during the late Eighteenth Century.
Intro prellmechanik key with kapsel
To have your own precious home piano tuned:
Call or Text Frank Renfrow at 859-653-1460