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Stanwood craftsman puts human touch on factory-made pianos
Ninety-five percent of pianos are sold to people who don't play, Darrell Fandrich said. He's trying to reach a sliver of the other 5 percent — amateur players and parents of talented children who don't want to spend $60,000 for an instrument.