Renting is really a popular option for many beginning pianists, as it affords great flexibility while developing a relationship with an instrument.
Until such time as buying one's own piano becomes the next logical step.
Beginner pianists who wish to play without having to agree to a large purchase, commitment or investment;
Those who prefer more options and want to discover the personalities of different types of pianos, testing different makes and models without making an immediate purchase;
Anyone who does not reside in a permanent location;
Pianists of any age and skill wanting to learn more about pianos in terms of touch, tone, & sound—to suit their personal needs;
Those looking to upgrade with a purchase at a later date;
Limited special performances or concerts; and
Taking advantage of any discounted or included services, such as piano moving or tunings.
Now, you don’t have to spend a fortune to give your kids the gift of piano music. Try out a digital piano, and then switch to an upright. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, well...swap up for a baby grand.
You name it!
I'm in love with music, I only think music - if it continues like this, I can sublimate into a chord and vanish into the air. Johannes Brahms