New here and unfortunately, I can't actually play a piano. A family member has recently had to go into a retirement home and now we have to sell his piano, a Yamaha GranTouch GT1. My question is, roughly what is this worth?
It appears to be in good condition and one prospective purchaser has played it and she seemed happy so I guess it's in good order. I've done some internet searching but there doesn't seem to be much online on this model. I found one for sale from a trade seller in the UK for £3000, one for sale in the Netherlands for €2800 and one for sale a few years ago in the US for €3000. Are we looking at a four figure price tag (in Pounds Sterling) or is three figures more realistic?
Any advice would be much appreciated.
- Colin Nicholson
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You will need to contact a digital piano technician/ expert (who buys and sells), or contact a piano shop/ retailer who specialise in this, and they may need to come out to inspect it, involving a call-out fee. The value will depend on its age, condition and the market value where you live.