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That's great news! Are you getting it?


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Know what, ebonykawai? It's a fine piano, but given the price, my tech was convinced that I could find something with a better finish and a better action. So it's still a potential, but I don't think it would be unwise to give it some more time. In particular, he thought that I would want more from the action in a few years time, and that the cost of new action parts would bring the total price higher than it needed to be.

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Good decision, JJM.

A very good PW friend offered me a 6 footish Baldwin grand from the early 1900s a while back for free. Of course, it needed a pin block a some other things, but the finish was nice; the action was not bad, but still older and warn. I reluctantly declined the offer. Not sure if I'm loosing my piano-mo-jo, or just wasn't in the mood to fool with it (probably a little of both smile ).

Good luck, and keep us informed!

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Yes, good luck, hope you find something great!


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If the piano spent a lot of time in the university environment it was probably played to death. Usually, this means an action rebuild is in it's future. The L's from this period are built like tanks, so if your tech gives you the OK, it may be a fine choice.. Don't be surprised if the tech comes up with a $5,000 laundry lists of things you should fix for a piano of this age.


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If the piano spent a lot of time in the university environment it was probably played to death. Usually, this means an action rebuild is in it's future. The L's from this period are built like tanks, so if your tech gives you the OK, it may be a fine choice.. Don't be surprised if the tech comes up with a $5,000 laundry lists of things you should fix for a piano of this age.


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