Hire Digital Piano for a short period (about one month)

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Hire Digital Piano for a short period (about one month)

Post by lvyuedong » 19 Jan 2011, 00:00

Hi everyone
I searched the web and found that most companies or studios rent piano for minimum 6 months. I'm currently working in London, and will fly back my country in 6 weeks, and considering being a beginner, I really do not want to break the practices in this short period, so do you know if there is any studio or company in London offer one month rent for digital piano or even keyboard? I prefer the digital piano just because it's light and I can save money for delivery.
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Re: Hire Digital Piano for a short period (about one month)

Post by MarkGoodwinPianos » 19 Jan 2011, 10:07

I doubt it would be cost effective for anyone involved.
Can you borrow one from a friend or colleague for a short while?
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Re: Hire Digital Piano for a short period (about one month)

Post by athomik » 19 Jan 2011, 11:16

There are several tour hire companies in London, but looking at the weekly cost of hiring one, you might as well buy one yourself.
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Re: Hire Digital Piano for a short period (about one month)

Post by lvyuedong » 20 Jan 2011, 15:43

Thanks all, look like the portable digital piano is the better choise for me. Do you have any suggestion about the shops or place in London where I can go for purchasing?
My budget is very tight, it's only about 200 pounds.

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Post by markymark » 20 Jan 2011, 17:59

If you are going to purchase with a budget of £200, I would suggest that you consider the secondhand market.

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Re: Hire Digital Piano for a short period (about one month)

Post by MarkGoodwinPianos » 21 Jan 2011, 09:54

markymark wrote:If you are going to purchase with a budget of £200, I would suggest that you consider the secondhand market.
Same here.
Try ebay or gumtree
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