Comment: Do you know much about pianos?

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Do you know much about pianos?

I don't know the first thing about them, aside from that they're big, and probably expensive.

I think the first thing to do would be to study up on pianos. There are excellent digital versions as well nowadays, with weighted keys, and real piano sound. Plus you can plug headphone jacks into them so you don't bother your neighbors, or your wife, or husband, or cats if you want to practice in the middle of the night.

So I'd say first, study up. I'd start at Amazon, and look over their selection. There are a wide variety of price ranges, too. But I think you should test it out in person, and a local teacher would probably be helpful in making a decision.

For someone in a little apartment like me, it would probably have to be a digital piano.

Let us know what you end up doing! Good luck.

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