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 A Registered Piano Technician (RPT) has passed a series of rigorous examinations on the maintenance, repair, and tuning of pianos.  Only RPTs are authorized by The Piano Technicians Guild to display the logo containing the words “Registered Piano Technician”.


Piano Technicians Guild Inc


It is estimated that there are around 15,000 piano tuners in the USA.  Less than 2,000 have passed the 3 rigorous tests required to qualify for the status of RPT.


Jim Busby, RPT (BYU & Snow College)


Membership is open to anyone interested in piano technology, but to become a Registered Piano Technician, or RPT, members must pass a rigorous series of technical examinations. Only about half of Piano Technician Guild members have become certified RPTs.


Ken Smith, RPT


Registered Piano Technicians are professionals who have committed themselves to the continual pursuit of excellence, both in technical service and ethical conduct. The Piano Technicians Guild grants the Registered Piano Technician (RPT) credential after a series of rigorous examinations that test skill in piano tuning, regulation and repair. Those capable of performing these tasks up to a recognized worldwide standard receive the RPT credential.


An Associate is a member who has not passed the RPT examinations. Associates may be studying piano technology and working toward RPT status, or may be piano retailers, rebuilders, refinishers or other specialists.


Piano Technicians Guild Inc.


Piano Technicians Guild



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