Cola pianos

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whitebeagle
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Cola pianos

Post by whitebeagle » 18 Jul 2008, 14:30

At the piano shop, I also noticed a brand called 'cola'. It was a very nice piano, but has an unfortunate name. It also seemed very good value, one drawback being it's made in china. Would anyone know how well these pianos are made and whether it's worth buying one?

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Post by hammer man » 23 Jul 2008, 00:12

Never heard if in in 26 years, the name is not good.

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Post by PianoGuy » 23 Jul 2008, 08:31

I've heard of "Kohler" which is pronounced in the same way.

Usually served with tinned soup, Cola and Campbell's.

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Post by whitebeagle » 23 Jul 2008, 14:44

Must admit the name out me off buying one...I certainly have never come across it, but the name seems such a shame when the instrument itself seems to be very decent.

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