Your practice instrument is a major consideration, and one that is just as important as making the decision to
study the piano. PLEASE read and contemplate the following two statements, if you consider them carefully they
will make sense.
NOTHING DETERS A STUDENT FROM PRACTICING MORE THAN A BAD INSTRUMENT.
NOTHING INSPIRES A STUDENT MORE TO PRACTICE THAN A QUALITY INSTRUMENT.
Please, please, please think about this. If you are playing an instrument that is out of tune and sounds tinny and
klunks will you really want to play it every day? If it sounds like a toy will you play it like a serious instrument? On
the other hand if it has a rich full bodied tone when you strike just one key wouldn't that just invite you to play
more? Go out and listen to pianos both electronic and traditional, the difference between them all will astound you
if you really pay attention. Read On before you go looking!
Don't run out and buy a Steinway & Sons piano! You can select from a vast array of affordable traditional and
electronic instruments that will not break your bank account.
If you have not studied the subject carefully, you should ask someone who knows pianos to help you select an
instrument. You may also want to read up on it, we have reading materials at our studio on the subject.
We do not normally sell pianos here at Bradburn Piano, that allows us to be more objective about this subject.
We will be happy to advise you on your purchase of an electronic or traditional piano. Both have their inherent
pluses and minuses.I must add there is no substitute for the real thing, and most, if not all pianists will tell you the
There is a lot to understand about this subject. It is best to discuss a purchase with a knowledgeable unbiased
professional before making your decision.
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