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Piano Players of Chess.com.

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  • Formed: Jul 11, 2009
  • People who play, loves the sound, or used to play the piano. We are a group who loves classical music. We are trained classically and by the best teachers around.

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  • very good! here in Iran ,they are not in this good costs,they are expensive,i mean classic and grand ones,grands are so much expensive,nor digitals are as much expensive,they are neigher good price.

    by KASPCA 3 months ago

  • Playable used pianos in the US can be had for a couple of hundred dollars. Nothing fancy, but usable.

    by pianoguy58 3 months ago

  • Kasparov, I'm in the U.K. One can get second hand pianos here, perfectly playable, for around £300.

    by welshboyo 3 months ago

  • KASPCA, it depends on the kind of piano and which manufacturer. New pianos range from about $3,000 up to over $100,000.00.

    by pianoguy58 3 months ago

  • welshboyo,give one of them to me :D how much does one piano cost in america??

    by KASPCA 3 months ago

  • Oh yeah, forgot my digitals! I use them for composing and recording different parts via midi.

    by pianoguy58 3 months ago

  • My parents had two pianos as well. A new Challen and an old honky-tonky down in the cellar. That's where I learnt to play the blues!

    by welshboyo 3 months ago

  • For teaching!

    by welshboyo 3 months ago

  • We have two pianos! A really nice upright that we bought brand new about 30 years ago ( a Knight), and also a Technics digital which is very different but great fir

    by welshboyo 3 months ago

  • oops...I meant I have my grandma's piano, the only grand, and a funky old upright in the man-cave/shed.

    by pianoguy58 3 months ago