Do you have a piano at home that needs a professional tune-up? Do you want to return your piano to its original sound - just like it sounded when you bought it, or put it in showroom condition? Abcon Piano Tuning Services is here to help you with your piano tuning needs.
ABCON Pianos is primarily concerned with 'tuning' and 'servicing' your piano in the Melbourne metropolitan region - Piano Tuning Melbourne. This experienced service - offered since 1981 - is prompt and reliable and performs the 'traditional service' familiar to those who regularly attend to the correct maintenance of their pianos. All areas of the Melbourne metropolitan area are encompassed in the service whereby the keybed is vaccuumed prior to tuning the instrument. Minor 'in situ' repairs and regulation are minimally extra to a basic charge while restoration estimates are offered in the event of an instrument worthy of such concerns.
The pianola is still very much in vogue despite being a product of the previous era and depends upon effective air pressure in order to function well. Pianolas which have not been previously renovated are well due for RESTORATION: we can delicately replace the fine rubberised cloth / retube / and generally restore the pianola to its original glory and functioning along with upgrade to the piano 'action' should you so desire. PROPER TUNING to the pianola requires the removal of the pianola chest / the cleaning underneath the keys and then tuning as well as the adjustment to lost motion in the keys; Again minor repairs and regulation are minimally extra to the pianola tuning fee.
Pianos of the previous era all bear veneered french polished cases unlike modern Asian pianos with the black glossy finishes. Quality European / American / Australian and English pianos are worthy of re-polishing. At Abcon (PIANO TUNING MELBOURNE) we can collect and re-polish your piano to your satisfaction thereby restoring your instrument to its original grandeur. An average cost for repolising to an upright piano is determined by the extent of the preparation. Instruments are typically a few months away for correct polishing.