The piano is a sophisticated musical instrument and affordable to buy. To ensure you buy a good unit, it is imperative to determine your needs, especially your budget, before you shop. If you are working around a tight budget, it is advisable that you purchase a used Yamaha piano.
The following are five reasons why you should consider purchasing a used piano:
1. It is Beautiful
Used pianos are well-kept units that may have been refurbished for numerous reasons. Even if a used unit has not been refurbished, it can still be a good condition after a decade long. This is typically due to regular tuning by an experienced RPT. Most used Yamaha pianos that I come across have a beautiful aesthetic value and sonorous sound.
2. It is Affordable
Used pianos are definitely more affordable than brand new ones. If you are planning to buy a piano for your child, then a secondhand unit is a great idea. You would not want to spend on a new unit if your child ends up not being interested in continuing her piano lessons.
3. It is Easy to Find
You can find a used unit from almost all piano dealerships in town. Whatever model that you are looking for, there is a possibility that you can find it within your budget too.
4. It is Suitable for Beginners
As I mentioned earlier, a used Yamaha piano is suitable for beginners. If you or your child has recently taken up piano lessons, and you are thinking about buying one, a secondhand unit will suffice. You can always upgrade as years go by.
5. It is a Great Prop
Even if you do not play the piano, the musical instrument is a great piece for you to display in your house. A used Yamaha piano that is in a good condition can be played by anyone. If you organize a dinner party, I am sure one of your guests can entertain the others! It is also a great piece to talk about when you have people over at your place.
Whether you want to buy a new or secondhand Yamaha piano, I advise that you test several units before you make your final decision. I have had customers walked in with a RPT or piano teacher to help them buy a piano, and I have always thought that it was a great idea to do so. Although I am more than qualified to provide my professional opinions, it is always good to obtain unbiased opinions as well.
Which Yamaha model would you buy for your home?