<p>This could be a bit of a superficial question, but are there easily accessible pianos on campus? </p>


<p>Every dorm has a piano. There are also practice rooms with pianos I believe...</p>

<p>Excellent, thanks.</p>

<p>Oh, that means I need to be accepted.</p>

<p>Wow I didn't know that. Now its an even better school in my mind lol. </p>

<p><em>waiting for April 1st</em> <em>hoping</em> :p</p>

<p>The pianos in the common areas are quite out-of-tune and out-of-shape. I haven't been to the practice rooms but if Stanford doesn't have an undergrad piano performance major, undergrads might not have access to good pianos (which is the problem at Yale).</p>

<p>im sure it isn't that hard to fix them up if they're slightly out of date</p>

<p>Tuning</a> a Piano Yourself--A Simple Tutorial</p>

<p>I wouldn't try tuning a piano by myself...</p>

<p>I've watched our piano tuner do it and it doesn't look easy. He normally takes about 1.5 hours to tune our piano.</p>

<p>i heard that everyone has access to the pianos in practice rooms, though music majors get a key so they can have access 24 hours. does anyone know how good those pianos are though? and definitely not worth trying to learn to tune a piano unless you're reallly serious about it</p>