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Where to buy a piano watch

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    ... for relatively cheap. :redface:

    My mum has offered for her and my stepdad to buy me a piano for my 21st, but they're not exactly well off so there'd definitely be a budget there.

    I don't mind it being second hand, as long as it's in good working condition etc.

    I would imagine about £200 (probably less, lol) would be the limit, maybe more but knowing what they earn, any more than that wouldn't be fair or realistic.

    Anyone have any suggestions of where to get one?


    upright, overstrung, iron framed piano is best. There are tons of second hand pianos out there, but its getting one in decent condition. Be sure to open it up and check all inside. It might be out of tune a bit but its no problem.

    Local shops would be best, try to avoid anything from the internet - especially with second hand as you need to really try it out before you buy it.
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