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#2042273 - 03/03/13 11:18 AM deleted
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#2042290 - 03/03/13 11:43 AM Re: Which one should I choose. Thanks a lot [Re: LETSDANCE]
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Registered: 04/09/08
Posts: 444
Loc: Arkansas
Hi,

I'll let others answer your questions but just comment, your format makes it very difficult to read, There is not a limit on how much you can include to explain yourself and the pianos better. This isn't a text message and more might be better.

Good luck in your search,
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#2042412 - 03/03/13 04:21 PM Re: Which one should I choose. Thanks a lot [Re: LETSDANCE]
malkin Offline
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IMO u need 2 b sure 2 have rpt ck out b4 u bid........is there 1 u like? what is ur level,,,,,....what music do u play?
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#2042551 - 03/03/13 08:46 PM Re: Which one should I choose. Thanks a lot [Re: LETSDANCE]
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Welcome to the forum, LETSDANCE. smile My recommendation of the ones you list would be #3. Buying from a dealer avoids some of the risk you assume when buying privately (e.g., it should come with a warranty). It is also the newest of all the pianos, but not priced appreciably more than the others.
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#2042606 - 03/03/13 10:40 PM Re: Which one should I choose. Thanks a lot [Re: Monica K.]
LETSDANCE Offline
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Originally Posted By: Monica K.
Welcome to the forum, LETSDANCE. smile My recommendation of the ones you list would be #3. Buying from a dealer avoids some of the risk you assume when buying privately (e.g., it should come with a warranty). It is also the newest of all the pianos, but not priced appreciably more than the others.

THANKS Monica. there is no warranty actually, there is warranty with #2, but i am leaving here in a few months, I assume the warranty doesn't matter much.....

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#2042610 - 03/03/13 10:59 PM Re: Which one should I choose. Thanks a lot [Re: LETSDANCE]
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Just a thought - if you're leaving here (wherever that is) in a few months - could you delay the purchase till you move, to save on removal expenses, and the piano having to adjust to an extra micro-climate.

I'd agree 3) sounds better - as it's newer. I've only seen a couple of "W" series Yamahas, and I was less than impressed - but they may have been poor examples.
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#2042613 - 03/03/13 11:06 PM Re: Which one should I choose. Thanks a lot [Re: backto_study_piano]
LETSDANCE Offline
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Registered: 03/03/13
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Originally Posted By: backto_study_piano
Just a thought - if you're leaving here (wherever that is) in a few months - could you delay the purchase till you move, to save on removal expenses, and the piano having to adjust to an extra micro-climate.

I'd agree 3) sounds better - as it's newer. I've only seen a couple of "W" series Yamahas, and I was less than impressed - but they may have been poor examples.
thank you. my company will pay for the move. actually I am in Japan now and moving back to the US . do you guys think the price I listed is cheaper than in the US? if we go back to buy, I will not be able to afford a new U3, and I think the U1 doesn't sound as good as U3. and I am not sure if I could find a lot of dealer carrying old Yamaha U3s ........

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#2042736 - 03/04/13 08:30 AM Re: Which one should I choose. Thanks a lot [Re: LETSDANCE]
malkin Offline
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Thanks for reformatting your post!!

Originally Posted By: LETSDANCE
... actually I am in Japan now and moving back to the US....


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