Any help greatly appreciated
- Colin Nicholson
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A piano will play with chipped keys, and even if the key tops are missing or badly chipped. They can be repaired (and as we speak, I am repairing some chipped celluloid key tops now)...... a quick & free solution is to just get your piano tuner to file the key lip flat.. or have the chipped section cut away (may cost).... or have the entire white key tops replaced. They wont affect the way the piano plays, but might affect your technique as a pianist as you sheer the end of your finger off!!
Listen to Mark!! £100 will probably be a torture cabinet disguised as a piano!! They do look nice, but may not be a musical instrument any more.... have it checked out first.
TBH the chances of it being any good at all are very slim.