Strings & Wrestpins
Arguably the most important section of a piano. Most of the faults in respect of poor tone, or tuning problems, arise from old, tired or corroded strings, and loose or worn wrestpins, found in pianos of c.60 years of age or more. Simply cleaning the strings won’t cure age-related loss of tone quality, nor will loose wrestpins be cured by driving in or using pin-tight liquid. Find out more here.