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Re: OT - piano recommendation

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Don't pay too much for a used one as they can easily be in need of a lot of repairs that aren't seen by the untrained eye (or ear). Ofter times the "action" is worn and they need to be regulated which is 3 or 4 hunnerd bucks around here. Asking a local piano tuner is a good start, or get someone who plays to help you look.... The two I have now are Heintzman & Co. they were built in 1913 and 1915. They both hold their tune well. One was given to me and the other I paid 700 for at an auction. The free one is going to have the action fixed sometime this summer after teaching season is over. If they hold their tune and the action isn't too noisy, you can pay a few hunnerd for it, otherwise, a piano store is the place to go, you're gonna pay more, but they'll deliver and probably guarantee it for the short term.

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 Re: OT - piano recommendation in reply to Davidj, 03-17-2013 08:40:50  
My wife wanted to take piano lessons and she has several friends that play.I bought her a new piano over 30 years ago and it still sets unused in the basement.

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