I'm hoping to buy a piano for my daughter( I'd love to screw around with it a bit myself) who has been taking lessons for a while on a kind of cheap keyboard. I thought it would be easy to just go out and buy a used piano, but after looking around a bit, and hearing some horror stories from my mother in-law about bad pianos, I think I should know a bit more first. we're looking for an upright probably, but we do have the room for a grand if the price is right. How do I go about buying a piano?
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Buying Piano advice?
Buying a piano can be a pretty big deal, There is a great book worth reading before you invest.
It's been a couple years since I read it, but it was worth the time before we bought our upright.
For people who are into playing music the internet can be a very good place to buy both new and used instruments that can suit a number of budgets. Every type of instrument can easily be found online and also there are always a number of potential music store (https://plus.google.com/102642981778688407461 ) you can use to buy from. Musical instrument rent and repair stores today are almost superstores. They host several kinds of musical instruments that can be chosen by brand name, by the make, or by the price.
I've been taking a lot of piano lessons and I've been wondering this too
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