Posted March 29, 2018 12:22:00In the past, I’ve bought my own piano at a piano repair shop in the Philippines.
They also have the best prices.
I was excited to see that the seller on eBay had a piano with a price of $2.8 million.
So, I was hoping that the sale would be a success.
Unfortunately, I did not expect that I would get to spend a lot more than the $2 million.
And that is why I’m still a bit skeptical.
What I learnedAfter I received the check for the $4.8M, I went to the repair shop and bought a piano.
There was no mention of the purchase price in the seller’s description.
And the seller has also said that it will be a two-piece piano.
The seller told me that the piano was built in China in 1987.
I was surprised to find out that this was a pre-1950 model, but it was possible to get a 1949 model.
There were no photos on the seller website, but they do have a video.
After I bought the piano, I got a call from the seller and asked about the purchase of the piano.
He told me the price and that it would be ready in two weeks.
The piano was then ready to be shipped.
When I checked the seller, I found out that he had shipped the piano to the Philippines, where it was being repaired.
This was a great seller and I hope that he gets the piano repaired and ready to play.