Tune in and tone down piano-shopping stress. Unfamiliar with manufacturers, manufacturing methods, materials, or price ranges, the piano buyer can still educate himself before making the big investment, saving time, money, and frustration. This is the first book written by salespeople that dispels myths and airs dirty tricks, making it an easy-to- use buyer's guide for all the well known, and many of the not-so-well known, piano models. *How to choose from new or used, digital or acoustic, upright, grand, hybrid, or player pianos *Nearly half a million pianos are purchased annually in the United States, with Americans spending nearly $1.7 billion a year on them *Piano technicians and teachers require this accurate information to dispense advice on buyingFor big pianos, we believe that grand pianos are preferable to verticals for touch reasons. This advice comes from our 44+ ... Fifty-two-inch upright pianos in the most popular brands often cost nearly $10, 000 or higher. Yet many wonderful newanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Buying a Piano|
|Author||:||Jennifer Flinn, Marty Flinn|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2008-09-02|