Old Clavinova Digital Keyboard

General discussion about digital pianos

Moderator: Feg

Post Reply
jacque
New Member
New Member
Posts: 1
Joined: 30 May 2007, 04:05

Old Clavinova Digital Keyboard

Post by jacque » 30 May 2007, 04:14

I have a chance to buy an old Clavinova keyboard from our church. It is at least 15 years old and is not one of the portable keyboards but is a full 88 keys board. I have to make an offer and I have no idea how much one would be worth. It has been sitting unused (except maybe 2x/year). Any ideas what an offer should be?

PianoGuy
Executive Poster
Executive Poster
Posts: 1818
Joined: 21 May 2005, 18:29

Post by PianoGuy » 30 May 2007, 07:42

Since digital piano technology races ahead so quickly, a 15 year old one is a complete prehistoric dodo. Also spares for it will be near impossible to obtain, and keys will be weaker than they were when it was new, so its value is very low. They should be giving it to you.

Maybe you can offer a charitable donation for it.

User avatar
Openwood
Senior Poster
Senior Poster
Posts: 640
Joined: 19 Feb 2006, 21:45
Location: UK

Post by Openwood » 30 May 2007, 17:45

[Since digital piano technology races ahead so quickly, a 15 year old one is a complete prehistoric dodo]

How the hell DO you get quotes from other posts in those nice boxes? Just can't seem to do it....

Anyway, I was just going to say that we've got some Clavinovas at school which must be about 15 years old (Clavioldas?). Over that time herds of feral adolescents and peripatetic teachers have been happily knocking seven shades of **** out of them day in day out and they all still work absolutely fine. OK, the sound and action are primitive compared with a new one but they do what's required of them. I'd offer the church between fifty and a hundred quid and take it.



[/quote]

PianoGuy
Executive Poster
Executive Poster
Posts: 1818
Joined: 21 May 2005, 18:29

Post by PianoGuy » 30 May 2007, 19:44

How the hell DO you get quotes from other posts in those nice boxes? Just can't seem to do it....
You precede the bit you want to quote with [ quote ] and follow it with [ /quote ] but leaving no spaces between the square brackets and the word quote!

User avatar
Openwood
Senior Poster
Senior Poster
Posts: 640
Joined: 19 Feb 2006, 21:45
Location: UK

Post by Openwood » 30 May 2007, 22:55

You precede the bit you want to quote with [ quote ] and follow it with [ /quote ] but leaving no spaces between the square brackets and the word quote!
Like that?

BOOGER ME, I DONE IT, EH!!

Thanks PG

Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests