Our Grand, Upright and Used Pianos are tuned and regulated before we personally deliver them to the room of you're choosing. Our expert sales staff will advise on the instrument most suitable to you're budget & environment whether acoustic or digital.
Buying a piano can be a daunting task for most people – we thought we’d help with a how-to-guide for buying a piano.
So what are the first questions you need to ask yourself?
Most people decide on either an acoustic Piano or a digital (Electric) Piano, later in the month we will be writing a guide for Digital Piano Buyer’s Guide and Acoustic Versus Digital Pianos. Other factors to take into account are whether you want a grand piano, high-end piano or a piano for a school or musical institution. For now we’ll take it that you have settled on an upright piano for a student at the start of the learning curve.
The next step is to decide on a budget. Theoretically you could be lucky buying a “starter piano” for a few hundred pounds from an auction, friend or newspaper but this can be very risky as you really don’t know what you are buying. (to read more follow this link).