Buying a piano: tips and advice.

Recommendations when buying a piano. Remember that you don’t have to buy a piano to start teaching.

Pianos are durable instruments that will be with us for many years, so they are a medium and long term investment. We must make this investment with total decision, even more if we are talking about buying a piano for our son or daughter. The best thing would be to be sure that the children progress in the classes, enjoy playing the piano and will want to do it permanently in time.

Fundamental aspects to take into account when buying a piano to have at home:

  • The current level and the medium and long term expectations of the pianist
  • The space available in the home and its acoustics
  • The budget you want to invest
  • The characteristics we would ask for instrument
  • The quality of the materials

In addition to these points that will condition the purchase of your instrument, we must distinguish the type of piano we want, pianos can be grouped into three categories:

  • Grand Piano
  • Upright Piano
  • Digital Piano

Types of pianos

The most important thing to remember is that a piano, well known as “the king of instruments”, will accompany your child throughout his or her learning. And surely some time later, so you should feel comfortable with it.

If you want to buy a piano for your son or daughter, do not hesitate to contact us. Our specialized teachers will advise and guide you in the purchase of the most appropriate piano for your child.

However, if you do not have the security to make that investment, we offer the possibility to rent digital pianos or even rent to own.

In this way, the children can practise at home, apart from the private lessons, and you can check his intention to keep learning and playing, before you decide to buy a piano for your home.