Deciding to buy a piano is an exciting prospect. While some may find choosing a piano to be a wonderful proces, others may feel unsure. Piano’s are complex instruments and, as such, have a fairly high price to go along with them. There are many factors to consider before making your choice.
First and foremost, choosing an instrument is a matter of taste and therefore a matter of personal preference: do you want the piano to have a bright or mellow tone, should it be polished black or should it have a wood color, upright or grand piano, and so on. The piano I personally like most may be your last choise. So when it comes to personal preferences, there is not much to guide at all.
However, buying a used acoustic piano can be a risky decision. They don’t come with factory warranties and they do require maintenance. It’s always advisable to inspect vital parts of a piano before you decide to purchase it.
If you want to know more about these vital parts, please read this blog. It gives you more knowledge in terms of knowing what to look after when considering buying a used piano.
If you want to hire me to advise in your purchase of a piano, please do not hesitate to contact me. I’m happy to help!