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.
Renting Is Optimal For...
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!