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Dameron Piano Tuning & Repair

Lebanon, MO
65536

(417) 532-2461
 
Our specialties include 28 years experience, lessons, lessons for children and adults , repair and tuning. We can assist you with lessons, lessons for children and adults , repair, retired band director and tuning. 28 years experience, cal rex dameron.

 

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