Looking to sell your piano? 

Occasionally, Amro Music is able to purchase a used piano from an individual or institution. Before we are able to do so, many factors must be considered: current inventory levels and customer preferences, finish, manufacturer, condition, make, model, and size — to name a few.

What about Antique Pianos?  

Unfortunately, we don't purchase antique uprights like the one pictured.  Because many older pianos are worn-out and no longer suitable for piano lessons or serious use, we are only interested in potentially purchasing pianos of the following brands:

  • Steinway & Sons
  • Boston
  • Essex
  • Baldwin (made within the last 30-40 years)
  • Mason & Hamlin (made within the last 30 years)
  • Charles Walter
  • Yamaha
  • Kawai
  • Young Chang
  • Henry F. Miller (made within the last 30 years, no spinets)
  • Samick
  • Pramberger
  • Story & Clark (made within the last 30 years)
  • Boutique European Brands considered case-by-case (Bosendorfer, Petrof, Schimmel, etc...)
What if my piano doesn't match the criteria above?

Sometimes, older pianos and their challenges for their owners and potential new pianists outweigh the costs of restoration or repair. Often, the age of the piano is less critical than the playability and performance of the piano. Eventually, the value of the piano as a piece of furniture and its sentimental value outweighs its value as an instrument. Over time gradual wear and deterioration take a toll on the condition of all pianos, whether regularly serviced or not. The best thing to do is to contact us by phone (901.323.8888) and arrange a disposal service for most old uprights.

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