Servicing pianos in the Atlanta Metro area since 2002. Atlanta, Vinings, Smyrna, Mableton, Marietta, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Kennesaw, Acworth, Alpharetta, Roswell, Milton, Canton, Woodstock and more!.....
A northern transplant and life long musician, Jeff moved to Atlanta in 2002 to attend the Larry B. Crabb School of Piano Technology. Attending full time (about 5-6 hours a day) Jeff graduated from the schools main course in just one year, completely rebuilding an early 1900’s Lester “upright grand” piano and learning to tune by ear. One of the fastest students to finish the course in the school's history, according to Larry B. Crabb himself.
Jeff immediately began work in the field, contracting with some of Atlanta's largest piano dealers such as Southern Keyboards, England Piano, Cooper Music, Farr Music (South Carolina), and Piano Distributors of Georgia. Along the way Jeff gained even more knowledge in advanced tuning techniques, action regulation, voicing, and poly finish repair. In 2011 Jeff was sponsored by Yamaha and Piano Distributors of Georgia to attend an intense piano training course in California, covering advanced grand piano regulation techniques, and electronic player system diagnostics.
Jeff is currently the head technician at Piano Distributors of Georgia, a certified Yamaha Disklavier technician, and a 16 year veteran in the field. Some career highlights include concert tuning for venues such as The Fox Theatre, Chastain Amphitheater, Georgia World Congress Center, The Georgia Dome, Infinite Energy Center and Eddies Attic. Tuning for artists such as Tony Bennett, Greg Allman, Shaka Khan, Aretha Franklin, Ciera, Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, Marc Cohn, William King, Noah Gunderson, Tony DeSare and more......
Book Jeff for your next piano service, and know you’re getting one of the best!
Piano Tuning and Pitch adjustment
Hammer Voicing and Filing
“Poly” Finish repairs and Buffing
Yamaha Disklavier diagnostics and repair
Electronic Player Systems Service and repair
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