Tuning old Chickerings

Vince Mrykalo REEVESJ@ucs.byu.edu
Thu, 13 Jun 1996 12:40:35 +0000 (MST7MDT)

On 11 Jun 96 ,DAN G. LITWIN wrote;

I am not a veteran of this business.  So my way is not the "right" way.  But
this is what I do:


3) But most of all, and on all pianos, I will use a smooth hammer technique.
Switching from the jerk such as I was taught in the Randy Potter course, to a
smooth technique advocated to me by the late Danny Boone of Baylor Univ., has
cut down on broken strings by a significant percentage - possibly %60 to %70.


How can you know this?

vince mrykalo  rpt
byu provo utah
It is theory that decides what we believe-Einstein
I believe that is a sound theory-VM

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