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Post by strokemymouse Sat Jul 05, 2008 10:47 pm

Ebay,

Just browsing Ebay, and suprisingly they really do sell anything.

Grand pianos!

They are pretty cheap aswell, so im seriously considering ebay.

I realise the thing about getting it here from, say London which is a 2 hour drive lol.

link : http://shop.ebay.co.uk/items/Keyboard-Piano__grand-piano_W0QQ_nkwZgrandQ20pianoQQQ5ftrkparmsZ39Q253A1Q257C65Q253A2QQQ5ftrksidZp3286Q2ec0Q2em14QQ_dmptZUKQ5fMusicalInstrQ5fKeyboardQ5fRLQQ_npmvZ3QQ_sacatZ16217QQ_sopZ3QQ_ssovZ1
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Post by Thomandy Sun Jul 06, 2008 12:06 am

Its allways dangorous to buy old and used pianos. The consumeragancy in Norway say that IF you gona buy a used piano, you should invest 6-700NOK - ca 100 pound to hire a pianotuner to check the piano out BEFORE you buy it, but that might not be of interest to the seller. The reason is that old pianos, and different types of pianos might be so badly maintaned AND the can be of a brand that IS almost impossible to tune for any tuner. So often these purchases, would end up on the dump. Thats why I decided to go for a new digital, rather than getting pianos the give away or sell cheep. Couse the drive to get it, and the drive to the dump also cost some money Wink hehe...

Im just saying, be carefull Smile
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Post by Admin Andrew Sun Jul 06, 2008 12:19 am

Whenever it comes to pianos. TRY IT BEFORE YOU BUY IT. Or you might be VERY sorry Wink

Thomas makes some great points ^_^
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Post by strokemymouse Sun Jul 06, 2008 12:40 pm

I did think of that before lol Smile and I emailed one of the sellers and they let you play the piano when you pick it up to see if you like it and all that. and If you dont like it, he refunds you and resells the piano.

Andrew, I went past a shop in london and you couldn't play the pianos they were selling. They were selling pianos at 20000. Thats one place I wont be buying from !

(also, the same piano was on sale for 7000 at my local piano store XD )
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