This page lists the complete stock of used and reconditioned upright and grand pianos for sale from UK Pianos. Also available to buy are second hand ex-rentals, ex-hire and shop display models.
You can view our entire range in the UK Pianos showroom in Enfield, North London and Daventry, Northamptonshire. Call us on 01327 300 016 or email email@example.com with your questions.
Second Hand Upright Acoustic Pianos For Sale
Barratt and Robinson in brown mahogany
Sale Price £1195
Broadway BU-109 SILENT in polished ebony
Kemble Studio in teak
Sale Price £1695
Zender 6 Octave in mahogany
Sale Price £995
Samick piano in polished walnut
Sale Price £1595
Zender in mahogany
Sale Price £1495
Offenbach in polished mahogany
Waldstein in polished rosewood
The most important thing to know when buying a used upright piano is the condition of the piano’s inside. It doesn’t matter how good the outside cabinet looks; the value of any used upright piano depends mostly on the parts.
Signs of a second hand piano in good condition are: hammers clean and not worn, tuning pins not rusty, and notes sounding in tune. It’s best to get a professional piano tuner’s advice before purchasing a used upright piano, or come to our Enfield, North London or Northamptonshire Piano Shops to talk with our piano specialist.
My guitarist son has been looking for a real piano for some time having gained experience with digital keyboards doing lots of home recording.
Out of the blue I have spotted a Young Chang Console piano in a local charity shop and we’ve already had a close look inside and a play. I would say its 90’s vintage but external finish is in good condition and its really “as new” inside, is pretty much in tune (no dead keys) and has a very pleasant tone. It seems to good to be true at £400 and we’re prepared to pay for specialist movers and a piano tuner once installed.
We’re good at Guitars but pianos are an unknown area to us. I think that 400 isn’t much of a risk for what looks to be a very good instrument.
but … I’d appreciate your (no obligation!) expert advice and views.
Thanks and kind regards, Mark
Reply/ Hi Mark
Young Chang make reasonably good pianos. And 20 years
old is really no age for an upright piano.
So, providing it’s in good condition then £400 sounds
like a bargain!
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