Consistency and ease of use
A piano’s action contains a system of more than 3000 pieces of wood, felt, pins and delicate brass springs. It works entirely based on levers. Each of the parts of the 88 notes is calibrated in relation to the others. The precise regulation of all the pieces is what allows the pianist to achieve musical nuance. A complete regulation of a piano’s action, properly done, will take at least a day’s work, as this procedure requires a lot of time and precision. Balleron’s tuner-technicians are trained to undertake all regulation necessary to keep your action in good working condition. Their knowledge means they can advise you as to any work that could optimise your piano’s musical capabilities.