18 working days, invested in a magnificent piano, that was stored for years.

Premise of the proprietor: “Repair everything , leave it ready for playing and recording”.

See the pics…

Imported materials.

  • 88 hammer tips.
  • 176 grommets.
  • 88 front felts.
  • Sustain pedal felts.
  • Name rail felt.
  • 1 Tine.
  • 6 Pickups.
  • Jacks and 5 pin connectors.

Labour:

  • Complete disassembly.
  • Total key-bed and action cleaning.
  • 88 front felts changed.
  • 88 hammer tips changed.
  • 176 grommets changed.
  • Keyboard leveling.
  • Guide pins polished.
  • Adjustments of: Scape / Harmonic content / Tuning, in all 88 notes.
  • 6 new pickups installation, adjustment of volume and dynamics in the 88 notes.
  • All new capacitors in the preamplifier.
  • All new capacitors in the amplifier. (Using axial format)
  • De-solder / Solder of all the connectors in the amplifier
  • Re-soldering and isolation of the 5 way cable.
  • Change of some damaged amp-speaker connectors.
  • Disassembly and reinstallation of all the hardware to be chromed.

Minor stuff, not listed…

Results:

  • A working piano.
  • Equal tone and volume response over the entire keyboard.
  • Stability even if its transported or gigged.
  • Sustain in the highest notes.
  • Mechanical stability in the tone bars.
  • Absence of feedback and vibrations.
  • better look…