Used Piano Gallery
Where to Buy Used Pianos
The Purchase of a Piano is an Important One for You and Your Family.
Sometimes buying a used piano can be a bit confusing. We can help you select the right piano for your home. There are two primary considerations: size and budget. Let's begin with size. Of course, budget is up to you!
There are two types of pianos – grand pianos and vertical pianos (or upright pianos). The smallest vertical is called a spinet (36"h), the most common size is called a console (40-43"h). Professional studio pianos are the largest (44"h) usually used by piano teachers.
Grand pianos are measured from the front of the piano to the very back. "Baby grands" are usually about 4 to 5 feet in length. The next size would be approx 6 - 7' long. It will be up to you decide which type of piano will go best in your home or studio based on available room and budget.
The most important thing about purchasing a used piano is to know the condition of the piano and if it has been properly maintained. Purchasing a used piano from Sherman Clay would address those concerns.
Each piano has been examined by a professional technician. They have been tuned and prepped to meet our standards. Sherman Clay offers a One Year guarantee on parts and 90 days labor and one free tuning within 6 month of purchase.
Sherman Clay has been bringing music into the homes of American families for over 140 years. We know pianos, inside and out. You can trust Sherman Clay.