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What is the difference between restoring and rebuilding a piano? by C. Anthony
The goal for genuine restoration is to bring the piano back to the condition it was in when NEW. This means cosmetics and, in most cases, new parts. The cost of a restoration can be $10,000 +/-. Few pianos are candidates for Restoration. Refurbishment or some scale of rebuild is usually adequate.However, top of the line pianos that have intrinsic value such as Steinway, Beckstein, Bosendorfer ...

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