Guide Prices

Below is a guide to used piano prices. Please bear in mind that these are only estimated prices and the true value of the pianos will depend on level of wear and tear and condition of the case.

Under £500

Beginner /Starter Pianos

Typically 1960s - 1970s era modern overstrung and underdamped. The condition is usually good throughout and good for the first few grades.  You would expect the case to have age related marks and general wear and tear.


Brands would include

  • Zender
  • Bentley
  • Barratt and Robinson
  • Chappell
  • Challen
  • Eavestaff
  • Fuchs and Moir

All Pianos are tuned and serviced prior to delivery. 


Please  get in touch, see my ebay listings or facebook page for more details.

£500 - £1000

Intermediate Pianos

Suitable for players who have been playing for a few years or restarting. Suitable for up to grade 8. Typically 1980 era. Prices vary dependent on condition.


Brands would include...


  • Welmar 1960s - 1970s
  • Fazer
  • Kemble
  • Modern Eavestaff
  • Modern Chappell
  • Knight
  • Calisa
  • Legnica

All Pianos are tuned and serviced prior to delivery. 

Please  get in touch, see my ebay listings or facebook page for more details.

£1000 - £2000

Intermediate to advanced.

Age range 1990 - 2000. Pianos in this price range would be in excellent condition with little wear. Brands in this price range.......

  • Steinmayer
  • Steinbach
  • Fazer
  • Young Chang
  • Welmar
  • Kemble
  • Petrof
  • Waldstein
  • Reid Sohn
  • Samick

All Pianos are tuned and serviced prior to delivery. 

Please  get in touch, see my ebay listings or facebook page for more details.

£2000 +

For the advanced players

You would expect to get a nearly new entry level piano (Steinmayer, Steinhoven, Reid Sohn, Samick) for around £2000. Premium reconditioned pianos like a Yamaha U1/U3 start from around £3000. Then there are the prestigious makes (Steinway, Bechstein, Bluthner etc ) which vary in price depending on the model, age and level of restoration.