I know that the Ghost Town dudes wanted to haul a piano out there. Somebody should tell WesternTim.-ec
Is your friend a crazy lady in Penn Valley? My sister offered me a free piano yesterday because she is moving. (Does anyone know how hard it is to move an old upright up a short flight of stairs? It sounds hard.)
I asked my brother in law who owns a music store (Watermelon in Davis) about getting free pianos. They get that offer but don't take them up on it. Most free pianos need a lot of work so they refer them to a piano tuner. They're getting out of piano moving since everyone's back is screwed up from it.
This free piano is just sort of worn out. It has good tone for a console and stays in tune well. The only real problem with it is that it could use new hammer felts and there are some superficial scratches. I actually really love it, but I've inherited something better.
If no individual wants it, perhaps a school might? ez
Even though I already have one, I'm tempted to take it. I mean, a piano player can never have too many pianos.Only problem is that I won't be in a position to move it for like a month.
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