Kemble classic mahogany finish
Serial no: 185857
2 pedals (wish it had a practice pedal, can these be fitted ?)
Any idea how old it will be and roughly if in good condition what I should be expecting to pay,
Many thanks in advance x
The number suggests that it was made around 1977, but if you want to look for a date inside it, see
You would have to enquire in your area to see if any piano firms there can fit a celeste/practice pedal.
There are so many made in China it is very confusing in terms of buying, for eg I have just seen what looks like a lovely piano made by Dorffman, however I can't find any information about these pianos anywhere on the web.
I'm looking for the best upright I can get for around £1.000.00
Could be a costly mistake but I don't know what brands to look for
Any advice would be very welcome
That's the main reason for upgrading to an acoustic as many people have said they are better for learning technique and generally piano skills.
(I am studying for G5 piano after sitting 1-4 over the last 2 years plus 1-5 theory exams).
https://www.piano-tuners.org/piano-foru ... sic#p46337
Any secondhand piano needs inspecting by a tuner/technician before purchase but if obtained from a music shop can come with a guarantee. Roberts pianos in Oxford have posted numerous videos on Youtube discussing the merits of various pianos.