When repairing sticking piano keys, first look for simple causes, such as the molding in front of the keys. Use a knife to unstick your piano keys with help from a piano teacher in this free video on piano lessons. Expert: Jim Porter Bio: Mr. Porter has spent over 45 years developing unique and highly effective methods of playing and practicing that enable a person of average ability to play even the most difficult passages. Filmmaker: David Beilinson Series Description: Piano lessons for beginners include learning to care for your piano and playing chords, scales and different music styles. Start playing the piano with help from a piano teacher in this free video series on piano lessons.
Dirty piano keys? Make them sparkle with the cleaning tips in this video. Step 1: Determine the type of keys Determine whether your white piano keys are plastic or ivory. Most modern pianos have plastic keys, which are smoother to the touch than ivory. Tip Move your piano to a sunny place if the ivory keys have yellowed. Sunlight can help bleach the keys. Step 2: Clean plastic keys with vinegar and warm water Clean plastic keys with a lint-free cloth dampened in a solution of vinegar and warm water. Tip Be careful not to drip liquid down the sides of the keys
Full Tuning Grand Piano Kawai-RX-7 Israel Tuner Igor Berov 2012 (1/3)
Grand piano Kawai RX -7 Full tuning Igor Berov Tuner piano Israel (3/3)