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2nd hand digital piano? Advice please!

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MrsKitty Tue 04-Aug-15 20:56:01

Looking at buying a 2nd hand digital piano. I've seen a Roland HP337e around 6 yrs old for sale privately at £350. Can anyone tell me if this is a reasonable price?

I've been to see it and heard it being played, sounded fine.

I'm buying for a few reasons:
I used to play as a child (not very well!) And would like to re-learn, and my children (aged 6 & 8) have expressed an interest in taking lessons. I didn't have a piano at home as a child and this is no doubt why I didn't progress very far. I've always wanted a piano at home but don't have the space for an upright, this seems a good option?

I'd appreciate any feedback, in particular on the model I've mentioned an the price it's being offered at before I take the plunge!

Thanks.

MrsKitty Wed 05-Aug-15 11:50:55

Anyone? smile

Ferguson Wed 05-Aug-15 19:38:18

Sorry OP - I'm trying to find comparative prices, but proving difficult!

It came out in the year 2000, I think .

I'll come back when I can.

Ferguson Wed 05-Aug-15 19:45:39

Corr! - found one on ebay, £100:

www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ROLAND-HP-337e-UPRIGHT-DIGITAL-PIANO-STOOL-FULLY-WORKING-ORDER-WITH-MANUAL-/111735535365?hash=item1a03f4f705

sighsloudly Wed 05-Aug-15 19:47:27

i have that piano (not selling) and it is brilliant!

BinToHellAndBack Wed 05-Aug-15 19:48:17

If you look on previously sold listings on ebay it sounds about average - I can see two that sold recently for £250 and £450 so not a huge sample size to base that on though!

MrsKitty Thu 06-Aug-15 07:55:00

Thanks everyone. Going to go for it...

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