Meet the Technician
Alden L. Jack has been servicing pianos in Northern Utah and Southern Idaho for the past ten years. As a youth, he picked up many observed his piano technician father and . In 2011 he graduated with highest honors from the Randy Potter School of Piano Technology and has also certified as a Dampp-Chaser installer. He is a current associate member of the Piano Technician's Guild.
Alden L. Jack
165 Summit Drive
Smithfield, UT 84335
The World's Premier Source of Expertise in Piano Service and Technology
The Piano Technicians Guild is the largest nonprofit organization serving piano tuners, technicians, and craftsmen throughout the world. The PTG’s mission is to promote the highest possible service and technical standards among piano tuners and technicians. PTG sponsors meetings, seminars, workshops and conventions, and publishes a monthly technical magazine, the Piano Technicians Journal, which features a wealth of technical information ranging from useful hints to in-depth instruction on tuning, repairing and rebuilding.
Training Competent Piano Technicians Into the Twenty-First Century
The Randy Potter School of Technology, Inc., is Licensed by the Oregon Department of Education. RPS is the largest school teaching piano technology in the world, and serves students throughout the U.S. and Canada, and in over 80 countries throughout the world. Graduates certify in the areas of piano tuning, repairing, regulating, voicing, apprentice training, business practices and dealer and manufacturer relations.
Alden Jack is a certified installer of Dampp-Chaser humidity control systems.