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Overpriced & Empty Player Pianos Offered
By Luke Myers

A lot of persons out there offer their intact or empty player
piano for the price of what a restored player piano might sell for.
A while ago someone in our local Craigslist was selling one for $2500
That didn't even have the player action anymore and it wasn't even
tuned.  On the other hand, you can get several fine, fully restored
player pianos, a lot of them in the Eastern States.

Reproducing player pianos can indeed be found at low prices, as this
Craigslist ad shows:

  http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/atq/5307079218.html 

Anyway, I have seen enough examples of this, to know what to watch out
for.  Don't get the player piano if it doesn't meet the criteria in
Art Reblitz's book.

Luke Myers


(Message sent Mon 23 Nov 2015, 23:45:41 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

Key Words in Subject:  Empty, Offered, Overpriced, Pianos, Player

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