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#2009732 - 01/05/13 10:01 PM Realistic Price If I Sell My 3yr. old Roland Kr 115
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Registered: 08/08/12
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I'm thinking of selling my Roland KR 115 digital piano but am having trouble arriving at a reasonable price. I'm the only one that has used it and piano is in excellent condition. Paid over 15000 new. Don't want to overprice but will not sell if I don't get a reasonable offer. I'm thinking at least 10000. Any ideas?
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#2009740 - 01/05/13 10:13 PM Re: Realistic Price If I Sell My 3yr. old Roland Kr 115 [Re: Electrokid]
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#2009762 - 01/05/13 11:03 PM Re: Realistic Price If I Sell My 3yr. old Roland Kr 115 [Re: Electrokid]
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According to THIS THREAD, the KR-115 came in regular model and moving-keys model. Which do you have?

The market for new high-end pianos is quite limited, and even more so for used pianos. Your piano might be very difficult to sell.

FYI ... In that thread a board member says that his dealer offered to sell the regular model for $9999, or $12,999 for the moving-key model. (In all likelihood, a sharp buyer might have been able to negotiate those prices down by 10% or 20%.)

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#2010308 - 01/06/13 11:11 PM Re: Realistic Price If I Sell My 3yr. old Roland Kr 115 [Re: MacMacMac]
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It's 3 yrs. old and it does have the moving keys and all the extra features available. Cd player, usb connection, and other stuff I haven't even figured out....mainly used as a piano...
I was thinking the same about the market for high end pianos, very limited......i'm going to talk to the piano co. I bought it from to see if they would be interested in selling it.

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