Hammer veneering… Christmas tree…. Blüthner Style-VII completed… Bechstein legs Bechstein rebuild started… Final fitting of new legs… Lyre parts… New Blüthner legs… New Bösendorfer rebuild… Tuning my Bechstein “A”… Aliquot bridge… Key weighing… Future projects… Wrest plank… New tools… In the workshop… Blüthner soundboard work… New keyboard… Style-X finished… Style-X dampers…

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I’ve been working in the piano trade since December 4th, 1989. I specialise in full re-builds of grand pianos, mostly Blüthner and Bechstein – but many makes of piano have been through my workshop.
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Hammer veneering…

Slightly different start to the year in the workshop; using hot glue (also known as Scotch glue), a veneer hammer (which isn’t a hammer at all), and iron, and a bucket of hot water. A new set of tops was needed, and they were to be finished in Mahogany. The core was Birch plywood which is lighter than the MDF often used for new piano tops.

Written on 15/01/2020

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