July is officially over, and my summer sale has ended. But I am still tuning pianos!
As I worked on completing my course, I wrote some blogs about what I was learning and the process in general. I've decided to keep going and tell you about tuning my first 100 pianos. I must admit, I have tuned 4 pianos so far (for other people), but what you don't see in that number is the countless times and hours that I worked on tuning my own piano... over and over and over again. I will be the first to tell you, I still have a lot to learn about being a piano technician (just as I still have a lot to learn about teaching, and many more years of practicing ahead of me). So, to everyone out there who is curious about becoming a piano technician, or what your piano technician is doing in your piano, or just curious in general: count with me to completing 100 pianos.
(If you've read Ready, Set, Tune!, that plan is still in place, so let me know if you want in on the 25 action!)
Here's the original post about Piano #1: Unintended Lessons in Piano Tuning
Stay tuned for look backs at #2, #3, and #4. Pianos #5, #6, #7, and hopefully #8 will be tuned in the coming weeks!