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    Piano tuner recommendation?

    After moving we need to have the piano tuned. Anyone have a recommendation of for an excellent piano tuner that you (or your church) has used in the Ankeny area?

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    Re: Piano tuner recommendation?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUAgronomist View Post
    After moving we need to have the piano tuned. Anyone have a recommendation of for an excellent piano tuner that you (or your church) has used in the Ankeny area?

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    Guy I went to school with- lives in Ankeny and stores use him. His name is Carey Crowson. He's very good.



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    Re: Piano tuner recommendation?

    On a similar topics - Anyone know of a piano mover? I need to get an upright from the Cedar Falls area to the Ames area. Thought I had one lined up ... fell through.


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    Re: Piano tuner recommendation?

    It's worth a call to the ISU department of Music (or Drake) and ask them who they use. Might end up being someone close to you.


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    Re: Piano tuner recommendation?

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    They guy looks legit. Is he insured?


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    Re: Piano tuner recommendation?

    Bump for any other suggestions. Thanks again.





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    Re: Piano tuner recommendation?

    When I was initially looking for a mover I called a couple music stores and asked for mover and tuner recommendations. They didn't have much for moved suggestions, but they did on tuners. And naturally, I've misplaced those. Give Rieman Music a call. You could also try calling a local high school or churches for other local recommendations.


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