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Grand Piano On Sale

Grand Piano On Sale

Grand Piano On Sale – Questions A Piano Dealer Will Ask

Grand piano on sale; this is perfect if you are looking for a new grand piano. The benefit of buying grand pianos through a reputable piano dealer is that they will have asked the difficult questions for you. Here are just some of the things they will have found out.

One of the first things any reputable dealer will want to know about a grand piano for sale is why it is being sold. There are numerous reasons, from no longer being needed, to changing to a baby grand or upgrading to a larger grand piano. However, a dealer will always be wary if the seller doesn’t want to discuss their reasons for selling. The piano dealer will also want to know how often, and by whom, the Yamaha, Steinway or Kawai piano has been tuned. This will give them some idea of what to expect in terms of the quality of the music from the piano and the amount of tuning that it will need. It will also help them to know whether to expect damage to the tuning pins or strings. Pianos for sale may be pre-owned and with this in mind one question a dealer will ask will be about where the piano has previously been kept. Depending on the answer, they may follow this up with questions about how often the model has been moved, whether the legs have ever been taken off, and whether it has ever been subject to damp, humid, or overly dry conditions.

By asking these questions, reputable dealers like Little & Lampert Pianos are able to make careful judgements as to the quality of each and every grand piano on sale in our shop. We know in advance how much renovation and repair work will be required before the piano can be advertised through our website at http://www.llpianos.co.uk/.