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Buying a piano

Discussion in 'Personal' started by oliverferret, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. oliverferret

    oliverferret New commenter

    I am not a musician but have up to £3000 to spend on piano for my children. We used to have a yahama digital piano but it was written off when our house was flooded; my son has requested an acoustic piano this time round. I have been looking at Yamaha U3 but they are all from 1980s in my price range - is this old for a piano? I'd be grateful for any buying tips.

    Thanks
     
  2. oliverferret

    oliverferret New commenter

    Whoops - meant to post this in music.
     

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