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#677740 - 03/28/05 10:54 PM How much should I sell my digital piano for?  
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I just purchased an accoustical, and i was planning on KEEPING the digital for night practice, but the mute bar on my Schulze-Pollmann, although not ideal tone wise, but it should be adequate. I went back and forth from the S&P to the YDP 121 and i can tell you straight up... I wont be playing the digital much anymore. It doesnt have midi, and i have a portable keyboard with midi (granted no weighted/graded action), that i will keep for midi purposes.

Anyway, I just had a new keyboard assembly put in back in December, so essentially other than the motherboard it is new. When I purchased it 2 years ago it retailed $1400. I was thinking of putting it in the paper for $600 or best offer.

IS that reasonable, too low, too high? There are none on Ebay to follow.... I used to follow it... and last time I saw one go for $700.

I was going to trade it in for the accoustical... but i wanted the night practice keyboard. We are moving from a house to an apartment (VA to CA) in a few months, so I cant justify the wall space on 2 pianos.

Everything works perfectly, the rosewood vaneer has nothing more than normal wear on it. I would say it is in Excellent/Very good condition. Last summer I was offered $500 in trade for an accoustical piano for it... of course I am sure that factored in with the cost of the piano and profit margin.

I have 2 months to sell it. Any suggestions?


Denise
2005 Schulze Pollmann 126/e Classico Upright (Maple with Sunburst inlay)
1965 Baldwin Model L 6'3" Grand (Satin Black)
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#677741 - 03/29/05 05:32 AM Re: How much should I sell my digital piano for?  
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Yep 600 sounds like the right price to me.


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#677742 - 03/29/05 08:24 AM Re: How much should I sell my digital piano for?  
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Cobs, thank you! I put it in the local paper for $650 or best offer. IF it doesnt sell in a week, I guess I will put it on ebay. I hate the idea of shipping it though. IT is going to cost $100 alone in shipping!


Denise
2005 Schulze Pollmann 126/e Classico Upright (Maple with Sunburst inlay)
1965 Baldwin Model L 6'3" Grand (Satin Black)
#677743 - 03/30/05 06:09 AM Re: How much should I sell my digital piano for?  
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I am looking for a digital piano for my daughter and interested in your YDP-121.

I am living in Columbus, OH and willing to pay for shipping.

P.S. If this message is inappropriate, please let me know.

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#677744 - 03/30/05 07:06 AM Re: How much should I sell my digital piano for?  
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Swooki, I emailed you. Thanks! smile


Denise
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1965 Baldwin Model L 6'3" Grand (Satin Black)

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