Buying your first piano can make anyone’s head spin. There are so many different options to choose from and so many factors to consider. And while it might be easy enough to decide which piano you think looks prettiest, evaluating the piano’s condition or sound can be more than a little intimidating. On top of that, chances are you’re hoping to purchase a piano that can be part of your family and home for years to come.
But buying a piano doesn’t have to be stressful. In fact, it can be fun—as long as you have the information you need to make the decision that’s right for you. That’s exactly why we put together this guide. We want to provide you with that information all in one place. We’ve chosen five important factors to consider that we will be covering in our next few blog posts. So stay tuned to catch them all! Here’s what we have coming in the next five installments of our guide:
Criteria 1—Budget and Value
Criteria 2—Space and Look in Your Home
Criteria 3—Quality and Condition
Criteria 4—Sound and Touch
Criteria 5—Credibility and Trustworthiness of Seller
We’re even better at talking about pianos than we are at writing about pianos. So if you need a little more help, bring your questions and stop by our Madison store. After all, we believe there’s no better way to spend the afternoon than talking about pianos. Whether you have just a few minutes or enough time to sit down for a cup of coffee with us, we’re here to help you.