This just can't be the reason old pianos don't stay in tune. Piano strings
Harpsichord strings are stretched on a wooden frame (the soundboard) -
> As much as I like nostalgia, old pianos simply do not stay in tune. Over
> time they loose so much moisture the joints loosen up. That is why so many
> pianos (even those that were once very expensive) like Steinway Grand
> pianos end up in the junkyard rather than being refurbished/repaired.
> I understand the possible desire to hack the hell out of it, perhaps so
> Question, for these type of items who owns them? I seem to recall the
> I think the board should develop some sort of policy for this type of
> I vote no.
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