Purchasing a piano for your family can create a lifetime of enjoyment and intellectual stimulation. Musically, you need to select a piano that has the key touch and musical tone that you like. Used pianos are generally reconditioned, and they usually come with a dealer warranty, moving and complimentary tuning. Despite the obvious drawbacks and hidden costs of purchasing a used piano privately, you can still do fine as long as you allow a Registered Piano Technician guide you through this potentially confusing purchase.
When looking for used Yamaha pianos in Toronto, your two basic choices are to buy from a piano seller or an individual. Make sure while you place an online order, you fully understand all the charges including those of handling, delivery and extra services.
The voice of a quality used piano ages well and you could save a lot by getting a really good deal in no time. However, you should know that sampling is a great way to get to know pianos, and you should test as many as possible. Before you check out a used piano, learn about its background. You could inquire about the brand, model, year of manufacture, and if possible, the piano’s serial number along with its history of tuning schedules.