Piano regulations

By regulating the mechanics of the piano we ensure high precision in execution, eliminating uncontrolled movements of the components. This can be done for the following parts:

- Adjusting the hammer pivot in order to eliminate the side play, and with it, the feeling that the hammerhead is not striking on the strings, but rather in between them.

- Adjusting the joints helps to detect loose or peeled off components and, by taking the necessary measures, increases the ease of use and the level of control that the musician has over the piano.

- Leveling the dumpers by positioning them correctly on the strings will prevent delays during execution or the unwanted echo effect.

- Besides all the above, the pedals, the keyboards and the power with which the hammer strikes need to be periodically adjusted for your instrument to reach its true potential. As noted, regulations take time, patience and skill to bring the piano in perfect balance. So it should be taken into consideration when calculating the price of any piano tuning.