Help Me Find a Piano
Let us know a bit about what you're looking for and we'll help match you up with a piano we promise you'll love! When purchasing a new or used piano from a retail dealer, you'll find:
• New pianos usually come with a manufacturers warranty, a complimentary tuning, and more cabinetry and finish choices.
• Used pianos are generally reconditioned, and they usually come with a dealer warranty, and complimentary tuning.
• Many dealers have a trade up policy that will give you the full purchased price of your piano when you desire a higher quality piano.
• You can expect to pay a little more for the manufacturers warranty, and the advantage of selecting a piano from a wide variety of new and used instruments.
If you are determined to locate a piano from a private party, you are at risk buying a piano without having a Piano Technician evaluate the condition and appraise the value of the piano. When purchasing a used piano privately, you'll find:
• They are generally less expensive than retail, assuming the seller has a realistic understanding of the value and condition of their piano.
• Your search requires extra travel to several homes to locate a suitable piano.
• There is no warranty.
• Less selection in furniture cabinetry and finish.
• That extra service is often required to restore the piano's touch and tone .