Pianos: What definitely not to buy!!!
So.... I think we need to talk about the elephant in the room. If you're going to sign your child up for piano lessons, they'll need a piano. Pianos come in many shapes and sizes. And they are expensive. Let's talk about going piano shopping. The whole reason I'm writing this post is because I'm realizing that several of my students are under-equipped. Also, an instrument that worked just fine for them in their first year is not quite cutting it in their second year. Of course, a parent starting out doesn't want to spend $9,000.00 on a brand new upright. You don't have to. But there's very little point in getting an instrument that you'll just have to replace next year. In A Nutshell First, you want to make sure you get something that has 88 keys. Less than that is very much short-term planning. Second, you want something that has key touch capabilities. This means that, when your child plays it, it will sound louder when they