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Re: Don't tell me you can't find a good piano cheap! [Re: mivaldes] #2902015
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Thanks for the kind words, j&j and LarryK. I've read and heard before that some professional musicians actually have their fingers insured. If they have a finger injury that impairs their performance ability, they receive a monetary payment/settlement from the insurance company to compensate for the possible loss of earning potential due to the injury. Sounds like a good idea to me.

I was at work when the injury to my hand/finger occurred and received a small settlement from workers comp for the injury. It wasn't that much in the scheme of things, and would much rather have had my fingertip back like it was before the injury.

I was working on a commercial air conditioning unit when I cut my finger on a spinning fan blade. It was more of an accident than carelessness on my part because I knew the fan blade was turning right in front of me. I had to check control voltage on some conductors near the fan blade and misjudge how close my hand was to the spinning fan blade. Plus, I was actually assisting another HVAC tech who couldn't fix the problem, and on top of a building in July in 100* heat.

But accidents can happen, even when being very careful to avoid them.

j&j, glad your hair grew back and your scalp healed up... smile

Now, I try to be even more careful with using power tools or working on machinery.

As for really good deals on nice pianos, they do come along from time to time. What I've learned from experience is that if you are in the market for a nice piano, and don't have a lot of money, when a really good deal comes along you have to act quickly or someone else will... I've missed out on a few really good buys on nice pianos, but I've also taken advantage on some very good buys on nice pianos.

I mentioned to Sally Phillips what I paid for my Yamaha C7 (circa 1978) and she said I stole it. But I didn't steal it literally, I bought it from the seller for what I considered a large sum of money for a non-essential luxury item, and have a bill of sale to prove it. smile

But as has been mentioned already, the really good buys on nice pianos is not a frequent occurrence, and happens only on occasion, at least for the average piano shopper. I think piano dealers get good deals every day when someone calls who wants/needs to get rid of a piano in a hurry for some reason (health concerns, downsizing, lost interest, etc...). But that is like comparing apples and oranges to an extent...

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Re: Don't tell me you can't find a good piano cheap! [Re: mivaldes] #2902027
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I have found Next Door to be an infrequent, but golden source of incredible deals..., I would recommend signing up if you are in the market for a quick, possibly great deal. I have seen Downsizing, estates, moving out of state pianos;... and since the listing is only visible to a limited scope of adjacent areas, there is not much buyer competition. The forums are not open to local dealers or rebuilders unless their home address fits in the neighborhood profile. I am just not in the market for another piano

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Re: Don't tell me you can't find a good piano cheap! [Re: LarryK] #2902033
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Originally Posted by LarryK
That certainly looks like a great deal, and I live in the same state, but, alas, I have no room for a grand.

I would expect pianos to be like any other depreciating asset, that they lose their value with time and are subject to wear, like cars. I don’t think people are willing to give away recently made fine pianos although the prices for such can be very good, as I have noticed.


I think you are pretty close with that assessment, especially with newer pianos which are harder to find super cheap. Pianos have some unique qualities that change the value a bunch though. They are a real PITA to move. Many people have no knowledge of/use for them and receive them as family heirlooms or they came with a house purchase. So there's a lot of people out there with these large cumbersome things taking space in their living room that they know nothing about and didn't pay for. And now they want them gone. Since it is a pretty big gamble getting a used piano, most people are scared to buy them, and that drives the price even lower. A lot of times these people are just happy to get anything out of them or to have the stress relief of having them out of the way (like in case they are moving out of a house/apartment by a certain date). People with newer pianos are usually the ones who bought them, so they are more reluctant to give away something they recently paid $10k for..

Re: Don't tell me you can't find a good piano cheap! [Re: macskyver] #2902047
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"Split moving costs"?! That means they will be losing money on the deal.
Chickering has a lot to atone for from their quarter-grand line. Not bad pianos, but it started the whole baby grand craze.

Re: Don't tell me you can't find a good piano cheap! [Re: mivaldes] #2902087
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One great thing about living so near the UK is that I can take advantage of their oversupply of ancient pianos. Things will be potentially more complicated after Brexit, as my next UK-sourced piano would be an import into the EU.

Re: Don't tell me you can't find a good piano cheap! [Re: macskyver] #2902114
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Originally Posted by macskyver
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With used pianos especially, it is a buyer's market. It's really in your favor if you have the means and desire to transport them. There's lots of decent free uprights and sub $300 grands out there. Of course, lots of them are pretty far gone and not worth getting, but there are plenty of smoking deals to be found.


Not in my area. This is the land of $3000 Chickerings and 4'11" Kimballs, LOL.



Here's one for you that's close to Niagra Falls, NY:

https://www.pianomart.com/buy-a-piano/view?id=38123

It would be nice if it was a little bigger.. but the price is right.


It says it's in Ohio. Just outside Cleveland, that almost 3 hours. Moving would be around $1000. Syracuse is around the same. NYC $1500. They'd never split that cost.


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I would consider 3 hours away to be relatively close for purchasing a piano. It's an easy day trip. Of course, if you aren't moving it yourself, you will be paying a lot for it. You could easily spend $1000 dollars having a piano moved across town.

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Originally Posted by macskyver
I would consider 3 hours away to be relatively close for purchasing a piano. It's an easy day trip. Of course, if you aren't moving it yourself, you will be paying a lot for it. You could easily spend $1000 dollars having a piano moved across town.

It was about a 3 hour drive (one way) to look at my Yamaha C7. We drove up to look at it on a Sunday, made the deal, and rode back up with the movers that following Wednesday to move it. Worked out well...

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I bought the telecaster for a bit less than $800

Cool. The Tele is a quintessential model, IMO. I had a '63 Esquire many moons ago, which shared the body and neck shapes with the Tele, so it looked very similar.



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Originally Posted by macskyver
I would consider 3 hours away to be relatively close for purchasing a piano. It's an easy day trip. Of course, if you aren't moving it yourself, you will be paying a lot for it. You could easily spend $1000 dollars having a piano moved across town.


I definitely consider it close if it's a dealership. Otherwise, the shipping costs are usually not worth the value of said piano. I'm pretty lucky, local costs of moving is $250, and Rochester, about an hour away, is around $400 via my piano movers. That definitely broadens the possibilities. They often have a much better range of used grands in Rochester, but they can still be quite overpriced. I see a LOT of ancient NY made pianos!


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Re: Don't tell me you can't find a good piano cheap! [Re: Rickster] #2902131
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I would consider 3 hours away to be relatively close for purchasing a piano. It's an easy day trip. Of course, if you aren't moving it yourself, you will be paying a lot for it. You could easily spend $1000 dollars having a piano moved across town.

It was about a 3 hour drive (one way) to look at my Yamaha C7. We drove up to look at it on a Sunday, made the deal, and rode back up with the movers that following Wednesday to move it. Worked out well...

Rick



You got the deal of a lifetime with that instrument, Rick!!


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Originally Posted by Rickster
Originally Posted by macskyver
I would consider 3 hours away to be relatively close for purchasing a piano. It's an easy day trip. Of course, if you aren't moving it yourself, you will be paying a lot for it. You could easily spend $1000 dollars having a piano moved across town.

It was about a 3 hour drive (one way) to look at my Yamaha C7. We drove up to look at it on a Sunday, made the deal, and rode back up with the movers that following Wednesday to move it. Worked out well...

Rick

Yes, these days travel is almost guaranteed if you want options.

I drove 4 hours to see one piano, so 8 round trip. And the one I did buy was roughly a 3 hour drive (worse with traffic). Shipping from Philly to the Virginia suburbs of DC was $675. They picked it up one day, delivered it the next. First floor on both ends, but they put up with traffic in Philly, Baltimore and the Beltway in each direction. That was five years ago though.



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I would imagine that moving a piano is hard work. They earn their pay! I think there was a recent thread about that. And it's the same hard work whether they're moving a freebie junker or a brand new piano. Btw -- and this goes without saying -- the buyer pays for shipping even when buying from a dealer and it's "included."



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It's funny that second-hand sellers' expectations are all over the map. Some people just assume that an old piano is valuable just because "pianos are expensive." I look at Craigslist periodically. There's a '93 Baldwin L that I noticed recently. The sellers were asking $22,000! That seemed high given what the market will bear for a Baldwin; however, the sellers are rational enough to know that if it doesn't sell that they need to drop the price. It was at 18k a few days ago, and it's at 16.8k now. It's falling fast! But there's a '65 Baldwin L also listed locally for 9k. So I wonder if/when the '93 will stop dropping relative to the '65, or if the sellers of the '65 will realize that they too need to drop their expectations.



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Originally Posted by ebonykawai
LOL, they started out asking $44,000 for this piano months ago!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ https://buffalo.craigslist.org/msg/d/bowmansville-1897-mason-and-hamlin-7ft/6964112641.html
Not one thing was ever updated on it, I asked, lol.

Really curious how they thought a 122yo grand that had never been rebuilt was worth $44K. smile


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Yeah, it's crazy what people want sometimes. I was recently at an estate sale where they were selling an old Chickering. It looked ok, not too beat up externally, but it was way out of tune and played like poo. The soundboard had multiple giant cracks, one of which you could see daylight through full length. They were asking $8500.

Moving pianos is definitely not for the faint of heart. Having the right tools for the job makes a huge difference. Baby grands are not too bad though. All you need are two people (at least one of them relatively strong), a flat head screwdriver, furniture dolly, U-haul motorcycle trailer ($15 per day), some ratchet straps, moving blankets... and you are good to go.. assuming there are no stairs..

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Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
Originally Posted by ebonykawai
LOL, they started out asking $44,000 for this piano months ago!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ https://buffalo.craigslist.org/msg/d/bowmansville-1897-mason-and-hamlin-7ft/6964112641.html
Not one thing was ever updated on it, I asked, lol.

Really curious how they thought a 122yo grand that had never been rebuilt was worth $44K. smile


No idea, but a friend of mine runs a local dealership and the owner contacted them to see if they wanted to buy it. They apparently dropped the price right out of the ad after that conversation, LOL.

I think most people don't really understand that a piano being an "antique" isn't really a good selling point.

The "we want this to land in the hands of someone that will put it to use over the next 120 years" had me in stitches!!! You'd be lucky to get another 120 minutes out of it, LOL.


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Originally Posted by ebonykawai
I think most people don't really understand that a piano being an "antique" isn't really a good selling point.

Very true. My late father-in-law owned and ran an antique business/store for many years, after he retired as a truck driver. He and my late mother-in-law would travel the state, and bordering states, going to antique auctions, and estate sales buying authentic antiques for his store. The name of his store was "The Yesteryear Shop". He actually did pretty well with the antique store, until it got harder for him to move the larger, heavier pieces of furniture, etc... until he sold the store and all its contents.

As a result, my late wife bought several antique pieces from her dad. I still own them and admire them. But I learned something about antiques early on... they are beautiful to look at and admire and great conversation pieces, but the majority of them are not meant to be used in the capacity they were to begin with. In fact, a museum is a good place for many antiques, pianos included.

That said, I have owned several old, warn out, acoustic pianos that I had a lot of fun with, and still do. But I much prefer a piano that is some semblance of a playable musical instrument instead of a relic from the past, although the old saloon piano relic has its place. smile

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Originally Posted by Rickster
That said, I have owned several old, warn out, acoustic pianos that I had a lot of fun with, and still do. But I much prefer a piano that is some semblance of a playable musical instrument instead of a relic from the past, although the old saloon piano relic has its place. smile

I used to think that saloon pianos/relics were just absurd - out of tune pianos. Why not tune them? Now I think, like a harpsichord and clavichord, the saloon piano/relic has its place. It's just a different musical instrument and not a modern piano. It's as similar to a modern piano as a banjo is to a ukulele. And like the harpsichord and clavichord, it is for playing its own selection of repertoire, such as classic piano rag. Play classic piano rag on a modern piano, and it is no longer authentic. To be authentic, classic piano rag should be played on the saloon pianos/relics these were written for.


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