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CLIMATE CHANGE #2816370 02/16/19 09:15 PM
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All, I am considering buying a S&S grand piano that has had a recent full restoration, is in very good condition, and is in Long Island, NY.
It would be brought to Colorado and I am concerned about the effects on the soundboard, as well as the other components, due to the abrupt and obvious climate change.
Please advise what you would believe to be all the dangers {if any} and how long it would take for them to materialize {if at all}.
Thanks in advance for any/all replies.

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Re: CLIMATE CHANGE [Re: MICHAEL122] #2816383 02/16/19 10:15 PM
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Perhaps you can Wait and buy a piano in the city you are moving to.


Chernobieff Piano Restorations
Lenoir City, Tennessee U.S.A
www.chernobieffpiano.com
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