Wonderful wire

Without wire, the piano would be silent. It is the percussive action of a piano hammer against piano wire that creates a piano tone. It follows that the character of a piano is heavily influenced by the wire used in the piano. The frequency of sounds created by a piano increase from bass to treble with complex physics dictating the optimal length of wire to produce a given note. Different thicknesses of steel wire are also used for different notes to create the necessary frequency, but recent innovations have shown that a superior tone can be obtained by changing not only the length and thickness of piano wire for each note, but its very composition. A taut string has been used to create mus

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