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#287334 - 04/21/05 01:15 PM How much to sell my Yamaha for?
mjsink Offline
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Registered: 04/20/05
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Loc: Tennessee
I currently own a Yamaha M304 (Walnut finish) Piano. we are interested in selling it. I have looked on the Yamaha web-site and did not find this piano on their listing any more. Except for some dust -- this piano is in "like-new" condition. (I can take care of the dust!) It was purchased in 1994 -- How do we go about deciding on a price for this?

Thanks for any advice 0r comments--- mjsink

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#287335 - 04/21/05 02:27 PM Re: How much to sell my Yamaha for?
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IF the M304 is a 43" console piano, I'd think you may be able to get $1800 for it. Though I'm sure your market will help dictate the selling price.
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#287336 - 04/21/05 09:31 PM Re: How much to sell my Yamaha for?
Jerry A. Greene Offline
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I used to be in piano sales...used as well as new. Many used pianos were going for around $1800 quite easily and almost DEFINITELY not as nice as your piano. You may want to ask for $2500 to start and then see what you get. I am going with the fact that you said the piano is in "like-new" condition.

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