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Buying a preowned grand piano, depending on the brand can often turn out to be much better value for money than a new grand piano. Buying second-hand can enable you to get a top quality instrument for a significantly cheaper price than a new one, but how this differs from say a car is that pianos hold their value better. They are built to last whilst having minimal work done, similar to a quality piece of furniture. If a piano has been looked after and regularly tuned, the advantages of buying second-hand in comparison to new become very clear.
Preowned grand pianos usually come in a greater variety of shapes, sizes and designs, giving more choice if you are looking for a piano of unique characteristics and traditional charm, or simply a piano to suit the interior of your room.
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