CONSUMER GUIDES - THE LAST 40 YEARS
These Quality & Price Guides to pianos manufactured during the past 40 years are designed to supplement the analytical matter pertaining to the quality of these instruments. To some degree the information is for historical purposes. But it was compiled as a guide for buyers and sellers of used pianos intended to inform them of the differences in price and quality during that period. Used piano buyers desire to know something concerning these points. We accept no advertising, is difficult to maintain your objectivity when you are accepting money or revenues from a dealer, distributor or manufacturer of those products you are reviewing. We include nearly 40 years of consumer guides by reputable independent sources herein.
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- Piano Ratings must be unbiased by an independent piano professional.
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- Must not have a financial relationship with piano manufacturers or retailers.
- The person doing the rating does not sell pianos.
All guidelines follow the mandates of the Uniform Standards of Professional Consumer Rating Practices.
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