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    Question I want a good grand piano what do you recommend?

    I want to get a good grand piano ( I am not a beginner piano player). I couldn't decide where to buy or which piano. Please recommend!
    Much thanks in advance.

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    I want a piano like here, but cheaper.
    Last edited by Adele Brooks; 04-30-2016 at 07:58 PM.

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    I recommend both of you to read article of electric keyboard piano , then you can chose cheaper and best keyboard piano in the world . However you will realize after reading about it and as I think you know how to use electric keyboard piano as you are not beginner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adele Brooks View Post
    I want to get a good grand piano ( I am not a beginner piano player). I couldn't decide where to buy or which piano. Please recommend!
    Much thanks in advance.
    Sorry that doesn't compute, either you know whats going on or you dont.
    Whatever I can tell you that used pianos at ALL size, configurations and quality are just a little less than a dime a dozen these days.
    Choose one at your local store then check Craigslist for one about half that price.

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    With some digging and a little patience you may find one on Craigslist in your area for free. There's a number of people who get tired of a piano or organ taking up space while not being used or they're going to move and have no desire to lug it with them.

    I was in Colorado about 8 years ago helping someone move back to Oklahoma. Some church there was giving away an immaculate Hammond organ with a cover and all for free on Craigslist. I originally made arrangements to drop by and pick it up but ran out of room on the moving truck and could not figure out a way to squeeze it in. Dammit.

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    Free pianos are everywhere.
    As is, where is.
    Pick the one you like and pay a pro piano mover to schlepp it.

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    Hello,
    You may check this website to buy the best grand piano.
    Hopefully, It will help you.

    Here is website:bestpianokeyboards.com

    Thanks

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    I think allpianos.com is a good resource for finding what you are looking for. Especially their acoustic-digital hack is interesting if you don't have space money for a grand piano.

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    Buying used is the way to go. For straight'n nat'l Blues I'd want an upright for sure. But genius James Booker plays both...

    Enjoy, Adele!

    https://youtu.be/T9H6stgIzQs

 

 

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