I only described pertinent question regarding potential conflicts of interest regarding you giving technical advice to a pianist.
This is as ridiculous as it gets.
I have been playing piano for 60 years and have a VERY good technical understanding of things. I am very glad to share that experience with others. When with other pianists or musicians, "touch" and "tome" is what it's all about.
That falls within my purview as a professional Piano technician giving advice.
What does fall within your purview is "how" you as a tech can help a pianist to accomplish his goal or dream. "What" and "how" are 2 very different things. As a tech you're not *above* the musician - but there to serve him and his needs.
For which are getting paid.
I thought Norbert's offer was quite kind, actually. I even tried to PM him, but his inbox was full . And I'm 99% sure he would recommend the tech I have in mind for the job anyway.
You are very welcome. Depending on needs and preferences, I usually recommend several.
I would even recommed our friend Ed.
Except I don't know the man, don't know his work and and don't know if he has a work permit for Canada.