The gift of a lifetime

The gift of a lifetime

December 21, 2021

The gift of a lifetime

Other than diamond rings and fine jewelry there are not many gifts that can last for years to come. Even then, they may be put in a drawer and forgotten.  
A gift you can give that has proven to pass the test of time is an acoustic piano.


Note in your mind how times you have walked into a residence and there is the family piano prominently displayed, Whether it be an upright or grand, the beauty of the instrument is there to be enjoyed, while being played or not.


A new piano as a gift will start a lifetime of enjoyment for the receiving party that will remind them of the giver every time it is played. What better a gift could you give for both parties? 


There is still time to contact us to find a great new or certified preowned piano to have for many holiday seasons to come. The best gift of all, the gift of a lifetime of music. 




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