Vancouver Piano Tuner Paul Brown

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Vancouver BC Piano Tuner - Paul A. Brown, RPT

I am a Registered Piano Tuner Technician and live in Downtown Vancouver BC, Canada. I have been a member of the Piano Technicians Guild for over 30 years.

*NOTE: I NO LONGER SERVICE ANY PIANO BUILT BEFORE 1970 that I have not worked on before! They require far too much work. Pianos require regular maintenance IN ADDITION TO tuning.

**My base tuning fee is $140. taxes included (No discounts). I no longer give quotes. I cannot give a quote on a piano I've never seen before.

You can view my Registered Piano Technician Papers.
When selecting a piano technician, make certain that they have trade papers! ** Just because someone says they are certified and professional, does NOT mean that they are.**piano tuner credential

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Contact Paul Brown: 604-324-7013 E-mail:paulbrn@telus.net

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What is a Registered Piano Technician?

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Registered Piano Technicians are piano tuner-technicians who have passed three rigorous examinations that are held by the Piano Technicians Guild Inc. The first examination is a written exam which is used to assess general knowledge of pianos. The second examination is a "hands on" regulation and repair test to assess general skills of craftsmanship on upright and grand pianos. The third examination is the tuning exam. In all of these examinations, a standard of 80 percent must be achieved to become a Registered Piano Technician with the Piano Technicians Guild, Inc. For more information on these exams, please go to Links: The Piano Technicians Guild / The Canadian Piano Page

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