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Buying A Digital Piano In A Store

May 28

A digital piano is a significant purchase and a significant decision. It is important to ensure that you purchase the correct instrument for the right price. Piano Store Brisbane Northside always a great starting point if you require assistance in choosing the ideal piano for your needs. They usually sell and market quality brands of pianos like Kawai Yamaha Casio Roland etc. They also have staff members who are musically inclined and can offer you valuable advice in light of their many years of experience.

Unfortunately, a lot of piano and music store staff aren't aware of the existence of digital pianos. They are usually more focused on selling the highest expensive piano they can (to maximize their commissions) rather than helping you select the best one for your needs. This is unfortunate since the majority of these higher priced digital pianos might not be significantly better than an affordable piano that can be found on the Internet.

If you choose to purchase the digital keyboard at the store, it's essential to select a dealer that has received the National Association of Music Merchants famous "Most Outstanding Music Merchant" award. This is a high-end honor that is not awarded to just anyone who sells pianos, or any other musical instrument. We are very proud to have been awarded this honor 9 times.

Remember that if you purchase a digital keyboard in a shop it is likely that you will need to hire a professional to move it. This could be very expensive especially if it is a grand piano. Look up the Piano Movers on the internet to ensure they're certified to move your instrument in a safe and secure manner. We can suggest a few piano movers companies we use and trust.

Tuning the piano

To keep the piano in concert pitch, it is important to tune it on a regular basis. Tuning is the process of adjusting the vibration rate of each string to match it with a standard frequency (such as 440 times per second). On average, 230 strings in a typical full piano and they are under immense pressure.

Piano tuning requires concentration and a willingness to be able to hear the relationship between two strings played together. Therefore, pianos must be kept in a quiet area far from television and loud conversations as well as vacuuming.

Start with the middle C4-C5. Locate a key and find the corresponding note on the keyboard (usually located by counting 13 white and black keys). Find that note on your electronic tuner, and identify its tuning pin, then slowly remove each mute one at a while, listening to the strings for a slight shift in frequency. If you notice that a slight variation you can tune the pin by using your tuning lever.