was never much but we've made the most (jira_rd) wrote in thequestionclub,
was never much but we've made the most

So my mother has kindly offered to, in a few years, buy me a new piano for a wedding gift. I have a piano now, an upright Rudolph-Wurlitzer that is at least 25 years old as we inherited it when we bought the house that I've lived in most of my life. It's probably older than 25 years (the only picture of it I have). I haven't really kept up to date on modern pianos since I quit taking lessons about 10 years ago but have continued playing without lessons.

What would be a good piano that wouldn't be too expensive? I'm not looking for a brand-new one by any means, maybe one that was five to ten years old. This one is so old that it literally cannot be completely tuned anymore at the highest notes, according to the last time we had it tuned.

DK/DC - What are you doing right now? I'm drinking and being nerdy by reading about historical linguistics.
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