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Worn piano hammers

People have been known to say an old piano has "that honky-tonk sound". The reason being that in those old venues, music was desired, and a piano could deliver the volume to overcome other sounds. A piano is one of the few instruments that is both percussion and string.
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Pictured below is a hammer from a piano. Notice the wood and felt construction. The saloon hammers would actually wear all the way down to the wood, and that's how they made that tinkling sound. Another way that sound can happen is when the felt gets hard. Pianos that have sat unused or unmaintained can get a flat spot on the front of the felt, which also will change the sound. Ideally, the hammer will only strike the string in one small place, at the edge of the curve.

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