Bruce Johnson has been tuning pianos in Lakewood for over 25 years and people always comment on how reliable he is. Some say he has never met a piano he didn't like and think he could make sound better and last longer. The City of Lakewood is a what is called a home rule municipality and as of 2013 has the most people in Jefferson County, Colorado with a population of 147,214. Wow that's a lot of pianos that need servicing. Call Bruce today he wants Lakewood to have the most tuned pianos of any city in Colorado.
Monday, December 18, 2017
Sunday, August 6, 2017
Bruce Johnson has been tuning and servicing pianos all over the Lakewood Colorado area for over 25 years. Many of the residents know him by name since he lives in next door in Arvada. There are a lot of pianos in the City of Lakewood since is is the most populous city in Jefferson County and professional piano maintenance is a rare skill.Visit our website to setup your appointment and we'll get it on the calendar.
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Not many people can say they've been tuning pianos in Arvada Colorado for over 30 years, but Bruce Johnson can! Many of the residents know him by name and he has tuned pianos for several generations of families in some cases. There are a lot of pianos in Arvada and a lot of them are probably out of tune; well, Bruce is a professional piano tuner a rare skill, on a mission to tune all those out-of-tune pianos. Visit our website to setup your appointment and we'll get it on the calendar!
Monday, April 3, 2017
Bruce Johnson has been tuning and repairing the pianos around the Broomfield Colorado for nearly 30 years. The people around town know him well since he lives in next door in Arvada. He is truly Broomfield one and only "piano man".
There are a lot of accoustic pianos in the City of Broomfield that need a little tender loving care and a professional piano maintenance is a rare skill. Visit our website to setup your appointment and we'll get it on the calendar.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Periodically a piano eds a service called voicing since the tone changes as the felt hammers wear. Periodic voicing of the hammers is necessary for your piano to have an even, full tone throughout the entire scale. The objective is to produce the widest possible dynamic range. Bruce Johnson is an expert for voicing your piano and getting it to sound just right.
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Certainly any piano should be tuned at least once a year. If the piano is very out of tune, it may need to be gone over more than one time to make it sound really good. With the changes and temperature and humidity, the effects on your instrument will cause it to go out of tune.
By having your piano tuned on a regular basses, your piano will sound good for most occasions.If you have a piano that gets lots of play, or has other problems such as: loose tuning pins, you may need to tune more often.