"That   Tuning    Guy"

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1995-2020

Celebrating 25 Years of "That Tuning Guy"!

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Email:

[email protected]

Concerning COVID-19 - I just wanted to let my customers know that I've been feeling well and healthy so right now I'm planning on keeping all of my appointments. However, if you or anyone in your house is not feeling well or for any reason you feel there would be a risk, just let me know and I'll be happy to reschedule our appointment. I have no kind of penalty fee so don't worry about that. 

COVID-19 INSTRUCTIONS BELOW

Here’s what I need you to do before I arrive & during the piano tuning:

  1. Clear off the piano before I arrive so I’m touching as little as possible.
  2. Please have only one person greet me WEARING A MASK.
  3. Have other people in another area of the house during the tuning.

Here’s what I will do:

  • I’ll be wearing a mask.
  • I’ll wipe down & disinfect the piano keys before and after the tuning.
  • Make your piano sound fabulous!

To check the current risk level in Lincoln & Lancaster Co. click

HERE. 

Stay well and healthy everyone!

FYI - Piano keys can carry a lot of germs even in the best of times. It's a good idea to clean them once in a while with a cleaner, sprayed on a paper towel, to wipe down the keys. Don't spray anything directly on the keys. It could gum things up underneath them. If you want to be sure the cleaner won't damage the keys wipe down one at the end of the piano to see how it does. Better to damage one key rather than the whole piano! It's also a good idea for the players to clean their hands before & after playing. I carry disinfecting wipes & hand sanitizer with me to help keep the keys clean too.

Scott Kerns is

"That Tuning Guy"

Tuning & Repairing

pianos in Lincoln, NE &

the surrounding area

When you hire a piano tuner you expect your piano to sound better when they leave right? That, of course, is my main goal, but I try to do it in a friendly and efficient manner. I also can make repairs and adjustments that your piano needs. I suppose there are lots of other things I could tell you about what I do, but it's really pretty boring. The bottom line is that I like to make pianos sound better! I've been doing that since 1995 and I'd love to tune your piano for you!

1. Email: thattun[email protected] 

This is the best way to contact me and set a day and time for the tuning. 

2. Text or Call: 531-333-2428

PLEASE NOTE: I screen ALL of my calls, which means I very rarely answer my phone. That may seem odd, but to keep on schedule I don't have time to answer calls during the day. So, if you do call please leave me a voicemail or send a text. Thanks!

My basic fee is $135.00 which includes sales tax and the pitch correction fee is $55.00. What's a pitch correction? That means that the overall pitch of the piano is so low or high that one tuning will not be enough for the tuning to be reasonably stable so I'll do a rough tuning to get it basically on pitch and then go through again and fine tune it. There are some severe cases when even two tunings are not enough. If I have to return to tune the piano again I need to charge my regular tuning fee for that visit. Go to the "A440 Pitch Source" page to try and see if you need a pitch raise.

Please email, text or call for availability and more information.

(I reserve the right, however, to change my fee without notice.)

Links:

Click here for an example of a piano I've tuned.

Dietze Music (A really great local music store)

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