kemble classic piano

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the blue angel
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kemble classic piano

Post by the blue angel » 28 Mar 2010, 00:15

have seen a kemble classic piano for sale in a music shop near me.Then want 765 for it it is a kemble classic accoustic piano it sounds alot nicer then the digitel pianos is it worth the price he said they are 200o new i like it because it is quite small the width and it woould fit nicely in my flat
it has 2 pedals so does that mean it will not have modulator button for quiet playing

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Post by Gill the Piano » 28 Mar 2010, 16:22

It's a good price for a Kemble classic, but you should always get pianos checked over by a tuner/tech for an opinion. Otherwise it's a bit like you telling us that you've seen a Ford Escort for a good price and should you buy it...:D
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Post by Barrie Heaton » 28 Mar 2010, 17:32

I would second Gill However, FYI the Classic has not been made for over 10 years and it was an 85 not 88 note model Have many on my round

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Re: kemble classic piano

Post by mdw » 29 Mar 2010, 10:49

You can always have the middle pedal system ( but with a lever) retro fitted by any competant tech.

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Post by sussexpianos » 31 Mar 2010, 10:23

the blue angel wrote:it sounds alot nicer then the digitel pianos
Acoustic is always better providing the piano is not dilapidated and too old. Id rather a customer had a good digital than something which needs a match.
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