We are always pleased to consider your exisiting piano as part exchange, and we offer very fair trade in values. To get the ball rolling, and to find out approximately what your piano is worth, email us some photos of the piano and we will come back to you within a few hours.
We are always very fair with our part exchange valuations. Because we stock such a wide range of pianos, we also buy in a wide range of pianos.
To find out how much you piano is worth, email your photos to email@example.com
It helps us if you can include the following photos:
Outside of the piano (with the lid open to reveal the keys) Outside of the piano (with the lid closed)
Looking down inside the piano (showing pins and strings The model and serial number
Are you looking for a used piano ?
Our extensive showrooms display over 100 pianos to play and compare along side each other. New pianos, second hand, modern pianos, nearly new pianos, used pianos, traditional, starter, we have every type of piano imaginable.. a piano for everybody!
A used piano is often the preferred option when buying a piano for a young child, or a beginner. It's difficult to know quite how much you have to spend to start off with, but it's relative. If you spend £500, you'll get a piano that fine for a beginner to start lessons on, but inevitably you will need to upgrade at some point.
£1500-£3500 is an ideal budget, as this will give you the greatest range of options.
We always have a good stock of Japanese Yamaha Pianos and Kawai Pianos, New, Used, Upright and Grand, as well as some European makes such as Steinway, Bechstein, Bluthner and Bosendorfer.