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Insider tips for first time Piano buyer

  • Take time to research your options.
  • Get connected to one or more reliable and experienced piano tuner technicians in order to evaluate and advise you regarding your options.
  • You should always have an independent technician evaluate the piano that you are considering as a purchase. This applies to a piano that you are picking up for little or no money, a purchase from a private owner, or a purchase from a respected dealer.
  • It is always to your advantage to get an expert technical appraisal of your instrument.
  • It is ok to get a non-technical opinion from a friend or teacher who can play the piano well. Understand that you need to get a technical assessment irregardless of what your musician friend says.
  • Never get a piano simply because it is cheap or free. This can lead to an inexpensive front end acquisition, and a rear end headache. Many people give up on playing the piano just because they made a poor decision and get fed up and give up.
  • Like a house or a car, understand that you are going to have to spend a certain amount of money on an ongoing basis to tune, regulate, clean and take care of your piano. This is called routine piano maintenance. Without this care, the best piano will be sub par and potentially at risk to being damaged.
  • Looking for the cheapest rate from a piano tuner is pennywise and pound foolish. Your technician is your only safeguard against potential damage and wear and tear of your instrument. If you tell a tuner that you want a certain cheap rate, all you are really doing is shortchanging yourself and fooling yourself into thinking that you are getting more for less. The chances are you are getting less for less. What does it take to be a qualified technician.
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