you for visiting my web-site. My name is David Dragone
and I tune and service pianos. Whether you have a spinet
piano, console piano, studio piano, baby grand or grand
piano, I would be honored to receive your business. As
a music teacher and musician, I know how frustrating an
out of tune instrument can be. As a self-employed piano
technician and active member and officer in the Rhode
Island Piano Technician’s Guild, I do my very best
to continue learning, attending regional seminars, classes,
and guild work-shops so you can be provided with good
service. Whether you are looking for a basic tuning, a
complete rebuilding job, refinishing, or other services,
I can make sure the job is done well for you.
I provide piano tuning throughout Rhode Island, and
most of Southeastern MA, and also provide Piano Lifesaver
humidity control systems, piano polishes, cleaners,
piano lights, piano benches, and a full range of other
piano accessories. I’ve been tuning and servicing
pianos for eight years.
If you have a general or specific question about your
piano or my piano services, please send it along by
filling in the comments section.
Your piano is a unique instrument with
its own particular history and its own set of challenges
for whomever you have tune and service it. I hope you
bestow me that privilege. I enjoy working on pianos,
and whether your piano has been regularly serviced,
or whether your piano has not been tuned since before
the turn of the century, my goal will always be to tune
it as well as I can and to do my very best to improve
any other aspects of its operation.
I hope you give my service a try.
If you do, you will always get my best effort. Thank
you again for visiting my web-site.
David Dragone spent 20 years working for
oil companies before becoming a piano technician and
violin teacher about eight years ago. He studied violin
privately for 9 years and rediscovered the violin as
an adult, taking four more years of lessons from noted
instructors, including Dr. Joseph Ceo of RI and Angel
Valchinov of Boston University.
David has been teaching violin for twelve
years and servicing pianos for eight years.