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What are some good and reliable sights to buy digital pianos (mainly keyboards). Some with good deals would be nice too.

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I had bought my S 90ES Yamaha and its sustain pedal (FC3) from:

www.musiciansfriend.com

Excellent and fast service + free shipping. Before you click on "place order" (your item being in the basket and all your info completed, you can chat with customer service)

I would use them again that's for sure. They also work with the company "Bill Me Later" I have been a customer with for many years.

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I have very good experiences with americanmusical.com and zzounds.com. They both offer price-matching and flexible financing offers if you like. Fast shipping and good customer service too.

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Originally Posted by buman
I had bought my S 90ES Yamaha and its sustain pedal (FC3) from:

www.musiciansfriend.com

Excellent and fast service + free shipping. Before you click on "place order" (your item being in the basket and all your info completed, you can chat with customer service)

I would use them again that's for sure. They also work with the company "Bill Me Later" I have been a customer with for many years.

I hope this helps.

Oliver

I was going to try musiciansfriend, but they wont have the piano I'm looking for in stock until the end of next month.

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There was a thread praising sweetwater recently.

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RMC Audio. They only sell Roland and Yamaha stage pianos and synthesizers, but their price back when I bought my X8 was the best listed anywhere.
I've also purchased stuff from Musicians Friend (KRK powered monitors) and had no problems.

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www.americanmusicalsupply.com

I purchased a (open box) PX-320.
Received damaged adapter.
They replaced within a couple days priorty mail.

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+1 for Sweetwater.com

Other sites include zzounds, guitar center, music123.com, fullcompass, etc.

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B&H Photo in New York has a variety of instruments. They don't specialize in musical equipment, but their reputation for service is stellar.

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I like Sweetwater. They're very knowledgeable, if you need something later like speakers, midi stuff, whatever, they'll be able to help you. Best part is they always ship their products with little pieces of candy in the box. My wife always takes the tootsie rolls before I get home so I'm stuck with the Fireballs.


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