Scott's Piano Service

Formerly known as

Scott's Piano Shop


For info on tuning and other services



Scott working with instructor David Vanderlip at the PTG offices during the "Grand Action Regulating in 37 Steps" training program.

Scott T. Piersel

Associate Member

​Piano Technicians Guild


Hastings

Woodbury

Cottage Grove

Red Wing

Cannon Falls

Northfield

Apple Valley

Burnsville

​Bloomington




serving the twin cities metro area


Rosemount

St. Paul

Lakeville

Farmington

Hudson, WI

Prescott, WI

River Falls, WI

Ellsworth, WI

and surrounding areas

NOW TAKING APPOINTMENTS!


The Holiday season is behind us and my schedule has freed up so I can take new customers again.

Sorry if I wasn't able to get to you in November and December.


Email me at scottspianoservice@gmail.com

Tuning and Repair

NEWS  FROM
THE PIANO TECHNICIANS GUILD
4444 FOREST AVE.
KANSAS CITY, KS 66106
PHONE: (913) 432-9975

November 2014

 AREA PIANO TECHNICIAN COMPLETES ADVANCED TRAINING


 Scott Piersel, of Hastings, MN recently completed an intensive three-day seminar conducted by the Piano Technicians Guild.

“Grand Action Regulation in 37-Steps” covered all phases of regulation of grand pianos. Attendees learned how to increase action control, even movement, maximize the dynamic range and achieve the fastest speed of repetition available. The course also included a detailed demonstration and explanation of the 37 steps method of regulating a grand piano alternating with guided practice on each step. 


Scott passed a final regulation skills test at the end of class. 


“Piano technicians don’t necessarily learn their trade through years of personal instruction these days,” said Norman Cantrell, RPT, President of the PTG. “Today’s discriminating players demand skilled technicians and this class is one of the ways technicians can learn to offer the highest level of service.”


Limited to 10 participants, the hands-on class offered by PTG is the successor to the well-respected  “Little Red Schoolhouse” program offered by Yamaha Corporation of America. Yamaha approached PTG in January 2012 asking if the association would
be interested in taking over the program. PTG jumped at the opportunity and began working with Yamaha to ensure a successful continuation and expansion of the class.


The result is a class that takes the best parts of the previous program but extends it, ensuring those who take it acquire skills no matter the piano manufacturer.


The Piano Technicians Guild is the world’s premier source of piano service expertise. It promotes the highest possible standards of piano service by providing opportunities for professional development, by recognizing technical competence through examinations and by advancing the interests of its members.