Why is that not possible Ando in your country if there are so many professional technicians around with so many pianos to tune? It would seem like someone would be available or someone would want to help at least for pay?
Here, you would not believe the amount of fly by night tuners. I don't know the percentage but, my guess would be 70 percent or greater. Most all tuners think they can tune well. However, many really cannot. They think it because they can't hear it and nobody critque's their work for them as we sometimes do here if a tuning is posted.
Anyone can talk pianos. Anyone can fake it to one degree or another on the internet but not anyone can walk the walk and not everyone is willing to learn how to walk the walk. The good techs on PW can tell the difference between a good tech and a so so one or a lousy one by reading and listening to what they post and how they post it and if they're right or wrong. We're all wrong from time to time and we all have room to learn no matter how seasoned we are.
By the way, not working all week, being sick and all, I can't sleep so, I got up and thought coming in here sounded like something that might make me tired! haha. So far, no luck!
Anyway, following up after these crummy tuners for so many years, those who think it is so simple that anyone can learn it is extremely frustrating for those of us who know different. Sure, some people have the aptitute and, ability for it. But, many others do not and MANY others don't care if the work they produce is good, or, if it is bad and in many cases, it is just down right rotten. Like I said, you probably would not believe some of the crappy workmanship I've seen since I started tuning with my dad when I was 12 years old, 44 years ago.
The one thing he stressed among many was this. "If you can't do it right, then, don't do it at all and if you're not interested in doing it right, then don't attempt it and go do something that you're good at instead."
Anyone who calls me to fix up the mess they made trying to do it themselves gets a refusal not because I don't care to work on their piano, but instead, because I know what kind of a mess I'm in for and, fortunately for me, I have all the work I can handle so, I can turn those types of jobs away and do. If that sounds snotty well, then so be it. It is not intended to be that way but it is how I feel about it. I have a passion for what I do. I wish all true technicians did.