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How much do lessons about tuning pianos cost? What aspects of the course would change the price of the course?

In particular, I'm considering an online course where 5 students are grouped with each teacher and given 20 hours total of lessons. Would this particular situation typically change how much lessons would cost?

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closed as off-topic by NReilingh May 11 '14 at 2:33

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What do the successful students receive? Some recognizable evidence that they can (to some degree) tune a piano? – Fergus May 11 '14 at 2:07
Sorry, but right now this is more a poll than a question. Technically, we don't consider this to be a forum -- it's a Q+A site for musicians. This does include the business of music, so perhaps you could edit your question to be more objectively answerable and it can be reopened. – NReilingh May 11 '14 at 2:32
@NReilingh i think its a shopping question aren't those off topic anyways? – user10164 May 11 '14 at 5:35
You already mention it in your bio and your user name. More than that would probably come across as spammy. Plus, people tend to get to know you by your actions and advice around here. It's very much "word of mouth" so to speak. – Bradd Szonye May 11 '14 at 18:38
Also to add to the point about self-publicity: Bradd is correct in that your profile/bio should be the extent of any "advertising" you do, but beyond that, just using the site to its fullest on your topic of expertise will literally and figuratively gain you reputation. You can also ask and answer your own question to contribute to the community knowledge base, and gain reputation just like you would on any other post if it's something the rest of us find compelling! – NReilingh May 12 '14 at 4:30

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