Spokane piano technician Ken Eschete – June 26, 2021

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Spokane piano restorer Ken Eschete touches the keys of history from Lincoln’s grand piano to Eleanor Roosevelt’s Steinway.

  • Spokane piano restorer Ken Eschete is about to restore Eleanor Roosevelt’s Steinway, one of many famous historical pianos he has brought back to life. Here he demonstrates the hammer trap setting on his 1923 Steinway at his home in North Spokane on Wednesday.

    Dan Pelle The speaker review

  • Spokane piano restorer Ken Eschete is about to restore Eleanor Roosevelt’s Steinway, one of many famous pianos he has brought back to life. Here he demonstrated the hammer trap setting on his 1923 Steinway in his home in north Spokane on Wednesday.

    Dan Pelle The speaker review

  • Spokane piano restorer Ken Eschete receives pianos at his home in North Spokane through a back door of his workshop.

    Dan Pelle The speaker review

  • Spokane piano restorer Ken Eschete is about to restore Eleanor Roosevelt’s Steinway, one of many famous historical pianos he has brought back to life. This shows his tools ready in his workshop at his home in North Spokane, Wednesday June 16, 2021.

    Dan Pelle The speaker review

  • Spokane piano restorer Ken Eschete will soon be restoring Eleanor Roosevelt’s Steinway, one of many famous historic pianos he brought back to life, including the historic Blüthner grand piano from the Washington State Capitol, now in the governor’s reception room on his Computer exhibited in his workshop is shown Wednesday, June 16, 2021.

    Dan Pelle The speaker review

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