The average pay for a Musical Instrument Tester is €15,984 a year and €8 an hour in Italy.
The average salary range for a Musical Instrument Tester is between €15,773 and €18,472.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Italy.
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Tests pitch of reed and brass instruments by sounding note and observing effect on stroboscope: sets dial on stroboscope to note to be tested.
Plays note on musical instrument into microphone connected to stroboscope.
Observes whether revolving lights on stroboscope appear to stand still, indicating correctness of pitch, or move slowly to right or left, indicating sharp or flat.
Pushes or pulls tuning slide or pulls out mouthpiece to adjust instrument until exact pitch is obtained.
Rejects defective instruments.
Tests accuracy of stroboscope by striking standard pitch chime and noting indicator.