Hi all - Just a note to let everyone know that I'm starting a photo journal of an upright restoration some of you might find interesting. Check out Schiller upright restoration part 1, and if you would like me to send out installments as they're done, send me a PM with your email address and I'll add you onto my list.

If you've just received the first photo set recently, you're already signed up (from past mailings) and don't need to do it again. Just let me know if you want me to drop your name off the list, for whatever reason.

This should be of particular interest to technicians who have had the urge to try tearing into a piano for more than just the typical repairs, but who would like to see first hand what they will be getting into before taking the first step. Best wishes, all. Chuck

Tuner/Technician/Rebuilder/Technical Writer

"The act of destruction is infinitely easier than the act of creation" - Arthur C. Clarke