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Second Hand Classenti CDP3 Digital Piano (Polished Mahogany)

Classenti CDP3 Polished Mahogany Read Reviews

FREE 2 year 'At-Home' warranty (parts and labour included)

Price £1,395 (Polished rosewood also available, call 020 8367 2080)

Rent-to-Buy: £65 per month (read about the rent-to-buy here)

Delivery and assembly: £65 (or collect from UK Pianos in Enfield, North London)
Age: 3 months
Colour: Polished Mahogany
Type: Display model
Condition: Excellent

Warranty: 2 years 'at-home' (parts and labour)

View this piano in our Enfield store or call 020 8367 2080 to reserve it.

Dimensions:

Length 139cm (54.7 inches), Height 99cm (39 inches), Depth 43cm (17 inches)
Music Rest Height: 17cm (6.75 inches)
Music Rest Width: 63cm (25 inches)
Floor to bottom of keybed (leg room): 61cm (24 inches)

Weight: 70kg (154 pounds)

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This piano is available on Rent-to-Buy

Rental Forms to print:
Rental
Standing order
Terms & conditions

Or Interest free finance

 Call 020 8367 2080 for more information.

This piano is on display in the UK Pianos showroom: 83 Southbury Road, Enfield, EN1 1PJ.

Graham Howard ukpianos.co.uk editor
"The most important thing you need from a digital piano when you're learning is a realistic touch. A good piano sound and a minimum of 4 touch sensitivity levels (pp, mp, mf and f) are also important. Other factors such as: dimensions, weight, colour, and 'bells and whistles' shouldn't really be a deciding factor in your purchase",
Graham Howard, Piano Advisor and Author of "7 Things You MUST Know Before Buying A Digital Piano"

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