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Restock Yamaha is it worth buying it? do I trust?

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  • Restock Yamaha is it worth buying it? do I trust?

    Hi guys I am planning on buying a yamaha cp1 but I don

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    Does Yamaha allow out of market new/b-stock purchases via mail order, while still honouring the warranty? Unless they do, and will honour it in your own country (ha), I would say save up till you can afford new on your own soil. I might feel different for something under $1000. YMMV

    Also remember that duties and shipping/brokerage will eat into that $1000 savings, especially if you have to pay both.

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      Does Yamaha allow out of market new/b-stock purchases via mail order, while still honouring the warranty? Unless they do, and will honour it in your own country (ha), I would say save up till you can afford new on your own soil. I might feel different for something under $1000. YMMV

      Also remember that duties and shipping/brokerage will eat into that $1000 savings, especially if you have to pay both.


      Great advice here. It's such a huge sum of money, you need to be sure you are getting a quality product.
      Having said that, as a jazz pianist, I have always had Yamaha keyboards and recently purchased a CP50 which is superb. For the price, key action and quality, I have always found Yamaha make the best stage pianos.
      Martyn Croston - Pianist
      Learn how to build a successful music teaching business => http://www.musicteacherinfo.com

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