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The jingle says it all; Dan Loibl is the Piano Man. Pianos have been a piece of his life since he began taking piano lessons when he was 6 years of age. He went ahead to major in music at Valley City State University in North Dakota, where one day he saw a transcribed flyer on an announcement load up that read, "Nearby Piano Tuner Needed." Looking for some additional cash, Loibl reacted to the notice and started filling in as a right hand to a piano tuner who was in his 70s hoping to resign. Dan worked with him for year and a half until he graduated. His supervisor's graduation blessing to Dan was a rundown of 200 clients he couldn't benefit any longer, and Dan was good to go! While showing junior and senior secondary school band for a long time in the North Dakota territory, Dan tuned pianos low maintenance until the business got so enormous, he completed the process of educating to do it full-time. In the interim, he kept up his musical abilities by playing trumpet in a neighborhood move band. In the late 70s Loibl went by a companion in Spokane to offer him some assistance with building a post outbuilding and became hopelessly enamored with the territory.
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I obtained my utilized piano from Dan The Piano Man a couple of years prior. I would come back to his store to buy again once I destroy this one. Be that as it may, too terrible despite everything it works-and it was exceedingly moderate. I appreciated the no-weight environment to play numerous pianos and locate the one that was needing to get back home with me. Thankfully I found a previously owned diamond with lovely solid and we got married. DTPM additionally offers tuning, conveyance, and moving administrations. They additionally buy pianos every so often.
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