Electric Pianos and Synth Repair

Being a Yamaha authorised repair agent we have great support network for parts and technical references meaning that we service and repair all Yamaha pianos. We also have great relationships with Korg and Roland for synth repairs and serving.  We are finding that many pianos are brought to us with key issues, intermittent playing, not being velocity sensitive and single or sets of keys playing at full volume, sustain pedal issues where they have broken or had the cables damaged.  Occasionally we get broken keys or complete keys missing that are replaced and can replace dull or Faded screens, rotary selectors that are a bit hit and miss, generally all pianos under 15 years old we can replace all parts and restore them to playing as good as new, cleaning up all the dust and grime from the key beds and polishing the cases.  If you've ever looked at the underside you will notice all the screws on modern pianos, this really eats into the time so we often suggest other low value service options to also carry out while the repair is underway to save you money.

PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COMPLEXITY AND TO OFFER THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY, ALL PERSONALLY OWNED PIANOS MUST BE BROUGHT TO OUR WORKSHOP.  We can assist in how to disassemble the piano from the base and easiest ways to transport your piano as most will fit into a car with the back seats down.

We can carry out site visits to schools, colleges, Churches and music shops/ rehearsal rooms however there may be additional charges for the transportation. 


Piano repairs

With electric pianos we often see faults with keys not always responding or loosing their touch velocity control, sticky or broken keys.  These faults often require the membrane switches to be changed and the PCB bed to be cleaned from hair and dirt.  Generally we recommend that if you are experiencing a problem with this kind of fault the best solution is to change all the switches, the majority of the charge is the time to strip down the piano to get access to the key switches and the switches themselves are fairly inexpensive.  We change all key switches as if one is failing then generally the rest will be used the same amount and are likely to fail at the same point.

Other faults we see include USB sockets damaged from people tripping over the cables, PSU sockets and jack cables. Basically all the parts accessible to the outside world!  It's rare to get faults with screens and CPU failure.  Unfortunately if the CPU or memory have failed we're unlikely to be able to repair it as we are a general repairer and would advise you get in touch with the manufacture.