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The RhodesWorks Leeds
Leeds UK
Leeds, West Yorkshire
United Kingdom
Dan Goldman

Lifetime Positive Ratings: 100% [ Add Your Rating ]

I am first and formost a player with 10 years rhodes tuning,voicing,repairs experience. can undertake any work bar servicing electronics which i prefer to leave to electronics specialists! please email for more details. rates from 15 per hour plus parts.all work guaranteed.

Name:  Roderick L Powell <>
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  I found out about Dan on this web site. Dan is just a genius when it comes to Rhodes pianos he really knows what he is doing unlike some rogues out there and he is very fair.
I was very concerned on how much it was going to cost me as it had been broken for 12 years. Though Dan got it going in 10 minuets, retuned it,got the action perfect and just did a beautiful job. It has not been in this condition for years. What a find,I can not recommend Dan to highly. I know I will always use Dan in the future.

Name:  paul seaman
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  Great player, great guy, great Rhodes-smith !!

Name:  Simon (Cav) <>
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  An absolutely quality job done on my Fender Rhodes Satellite set up and Clavinet D6. Great bloke too and makes a mean cup of tea (eventually). Seriously - if you need your Fender Rhodes serviced, this guy is the one to take it to.
Not only has he toured the world with his trusted Fender Rhodes for the band Morcheeba but he reviews keyboards for the manufacturers. This is the guy they call on to test out their latest kit.
Many thanks to you Dan. It was great for me to hear my keyboards played for the very first time!
Happy for anyone to email me for more feedback.

Name:  Paul Siddall
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  Took my '79 MkI Rhodes to Dan for a service and other works. I can't recommend him highly enough, he did a first class job, turned it round quickly and at a reasonable cost. The Rhodes sounds great!

It's worth noting that his email address has changed, it's now