Find out just how affordable it can be......

Purchase...........

High quality pianos for less then €1000

These previously owned English upright pianos are an ideal first piano.  Selected for their instrumental quality - these pianos provide a quality performance at a very keen price. 

  • All piano actions are overstrung underdamper, and have been carefully selected, prepared and tuned by our technicians 
  • All prices include our standard piano package
  • Should you wish to upgrade your piano we give an 80% trade-in allowance on the original price paid for your instrument
  • Many of these pianos are at concert pitch and suitable for beginner and intermediate students

To view our bargain range of pianos

Spreading the cost...

Helping you buy the piano of your dreams

Many of our pianos are available to buy using our attractive "spread-the-cost" option.  This requires a 40% deposit and the balance spread over the remaining 12 months.

For example:

Steinhoven 113 upright piano in walnut - our price €2495.

  1. Deposit of 40% required on delivery of the piano - €998
  2. Balance of €1497 spread over the next 12 months - €124.75 per month
  3. Delivery and piano stool included in the package.

Rent-to-Buy......

Pianos available from €30 per month....

Our popular rent-to-buy scheme enables parents to spread the cost of their piano and minimise costs should lessons not prove popular. 

  • Choose from a wide range of previously owned instruments
  • Rental costs are 3% of the RRP of the piano per month 
  • Should you wish to purchase your piano within the first year all rental costs will be deducted from the purchase price

Further details and Rent-to Buy Terms and Conditions

Private purchases.....

If you choose to purchase your piano privately we recommend

  • Have the piano assessed by a qualified piano technician - they can check for woodworm (often found hidden in the action), split soundboard, loose tuning pians etc
  • Remember to add the cost of moving and tuning to your outlay
  • Do you require the piano to be at concert pitch - if so ensure this is feasible
  • Ensure the piano has an overstrung underdamper action
  • Obtain a quote for any repairs required prior to purchase - these will not be covered by the "it only needs an old tune-up"!!

When offered a "free" piano - always remember it costs approximately €100 to legally dispose of a piano plus the inconvenience and costs of transport!!