Restoration projects are usually reserved for period instruments or pianos of historical significance where the performance of the instrument is secondary to historical accuracy.  Careful research is used to try to insure the instrument is restored as close to its original condition as is possible.  Since these projects will often address badly neglected instruments and require labor intensive processes to duplicate parts and procedures no longer available, they are most often reserved for pianos that will be preserved as historical artifacts.  If you think you have an instrument that qualifies for this level of work, contact Campbell Piano Shop and we will create a project designed specifically for your instrument.

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