Knoxville Music Lessons, and a new or used piano are just what the family needs this Christmas. If you have been considering giving the entire family a gift that they can enjoy for the rest of their lives, head over to Bill Jones Music in Knoxville or Bill Jones Music in Chattanooga for great deals on pianos and Knoxville Music Lessons.
Piano prices vary, however, when it comes to used, it doesn’t always mean it’s economical, while a new piano doesn’t necessarily mean quality.
Before you head over to Bill Jones Music in Knoxville or Bill Jones Music in Chattanooga, make sure that you have a set budget. That way you won’t waste your time being shown a baby grand that is way over your price range. The team from Bill Jones Music will stick within your budget to find you the best piano for your needs.
Before you sign up for Knoxville Music Lessons there are a few things to consider before you purchase a new or used piano.
New Piano Pros
Performance-Of course, if you can afford to buy a new piano and know proper care, you can have years of pleasure and stress free piano playing. A new piano is also great for Knoxville Music Lessons students.
Stability for New Students-There is nothing more aggravating than playing a piano that is out of key. A new piano, even one of lower quality, will stay in tune for at least five to ten years.
Warranty-Although all pianos from Bill Jones Music in Knoxville and Bill Jones Music in Chattanooga come with a warranty, new pianos have factory warranties that can range from two years to a lifetime.
Additional Store Warranty-When you purchase your new piano from Bill Jones Music in Knoxville or Bill Jones Music in Chattanooga, you can ask about an additional store warranty for your new or used piano.
New Piano Cons
Quality-Obviously, a cheaper piano will not have the quality of a better-known piano. If you want a new grand piano, you can pay up to $30,000 or more. Bill Jones may be able to find you a used grand piano that will suit your budget.
Timbre Deterioration-Cheaply made pianos may have a different tone in five years. If quality and cost is a concern, talk to Bill Jones Music in Knoxville or Bill Jones Music in Chattanooga about a Yamaha electric piano for Knoxville Music Lessons.
No Personality-Some mass produced pianos all sound similar, even in different brands, and although the manufacturer will ensure a pleasant and consistent sound, it doesn’t leave any room for the individual character of the piano.
This Christmas give the gift that keeps on giving with a new or used piano and Knoxville Music Lessons for the whole family.
Call, click, or head to the piano showroom in Knoxville for the best deals on new and used pianos.