Buying a New and Used Grand and Baby Grand Piano
Buying a new grand piano is arguably the best type of piano purchase you can make.
As well as being the only owner, buying a new grand piano over a second-hand grand piano gives you a longer guarantee and reduces the chance of requiring restoration work to be done within one’s lifetime. Pianos, particularly new grand pianos, hold their value extremely well and continually prove to be an excellent investment.
That being said, when buying one of our fully restored pianos, you’re buying a piano that is already within its second or third generation. Having been given a new lease of life, our fully restored pianos can be played to the standards of contemporary piano building.
Another benefit you get from both new and second-hand grand pianos over an upright piano, is the extension of the strings. This results in a bigger more satisfying sound, with the grand piano action also making it easier to play softly and more expressively.
We stock an excellent range of new grand pianos and baby grand pianos in our showrooms including Bosendorfer, Yamaha, Bechstein, Weber, W Hoffmann, Petrof, Kemble, Ritter and Zimmermann, which we welcome you to view.
If you are looking for a specific model or type of piano that is not listed here, let us know and we will do what we can to help you.
Tel: 01344 873645 | email@example.com