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Buying a piano for a beginning student by C. Anthony
Here are my comments about it: Just about any old or used piano will be ok for a beginning student ASSUMING that it tunes to standard, all keys play and pedals function and it has a "reasonable" tone... and I don't mean top quality either. Children will and can use an inexpensive piano in the range of about $500, preferably a console, Baldwin or another good brand name. They can use that for ...

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