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My family just got a very nice Everett with real ebony keys. I like it a lot, but I don't have much piano playing experience, so I don't know any of the ones above. Two or three of the keys sort of stick, not that much. How would one go about fixing that?
 

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Originally posted by DW@Sep 28 2004, 09:27 AM
The special thing about Steinways...And I generally regard this as a good thing...is that it really caters to all kind of pianists with different and vast preferance...U realise that no 2 steinways(different models) do quite sound the same. That's why u need to spend hours playing on each different make b4 deciding which one to purchase...
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I'm guessing Steinways are like Strads of the piano people. :) How much would a good one cost? As much as a good Strad?
 

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Originally posted by DW@Sep 28 2004, 12:12 PM
yes, definately. Imagine that it can cost as much as a house on the southwest of London...!!!
It can cost anything from 700,000 to 1 million. Esp. those legendary or 'themed' collections.
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Whoa! :eek: How much do you think the most expensive violin in the world costs? Would it be a Guarnerius or a Stradivarius?
 
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