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Post by athomik » 20 Jun 2012, 23:57

Not strictly acoustic piano, but Coldplay's pianos (I've 3 dodgy - groovy - ones at the moment) which aren't real, but have done some good service for a few years - I've seen them before - and happen to be Yamaha GT20s, are in fairly good shape (they seem to own loads of them). Only the oldest of them (quite an early one) needs parts - it got wet. After that, a bit of calibration, removing a fair amount of debris and they're off again. The only slightly disconcerting thing is the paint scheme - I'll post a couple of pics when I get them sorted. :twisted: :piano; At least one or two could do with a bit of regulating- bushings & etc.

Problem with these things is that you have to understand pianos and know about electronics, but they seem to love them (I suspect I gave them a bit of unofficial advice about a B1Silent as well, but I've not seen that one back yet). :evil:

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