Pianos, like anything else, vary in price and quality
except that when you buy a piano, you are buying something
will probably last around a hundred years so however much
you intend to spend, it makes more than a little sense to
ensure you get the very best you can.
In an average piano showroom with thirty to forty pianos
for sale, in my 38 years experience, only three of them
will be really good instruments. Grands or uprights,
even electronic keyboards, if you are in the least bit unsure
as to how to go about securing a 'great' piano that will
give an enormous amount of pleasure to more than three generations,
let me help.