How to minimise the risks of purchasing a piano
To ensure that you invest in a high-quality instrument that will provide years of enjoyment, both seasoned musicians and beginners must research. Therefore, we strongly recommend seeking the advice of a qualified technician for a pre-purchase piano inspection before making any piano purchase.
If you have followed the guidelines below and are inspecting a piano, listen for notes that are significantly out of tune. This could indicate a severe problem with the pin block, making the piano irreparable. Play each note multiple times, and if the note does not repeat each time, sticking down or coming up slowly, there may be a costly problem that needs fixing.