Certified Used Pianos are Fully Inspected
and Warranted -
To Give You Peace of Mind and Confidence for
Plate and sounboard of a piano
that didn't pass the certification process and is to
One of many
reasons to buy a certified piano
from us and not an individual's
"family" pianos on the internet.
Who has played this piano?
Graves' Certified Used Pianos
Featuring the Online Inventory
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many pre-owned pianos we
have to offer from our certified used
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|About Graves Certified Used Pianos
Graves Piano and Organ Co. is one of the few
piano dealers that always maintains a large inventory of quality pre-owned spinets, consoles, baby grands,
grands and concert grands giving you the
best selection possible. You will find all
world-class brands, including Steinway &
Sons, Baldwin, Yamaha, Kawai, Kimball, Story
and Clark, Knabe and many others.
warehouse at Graves, where all of our pianos
are inspected, tested, tuned, approved and
certified for your benefit and enjoyment.
What "Certified" Means for You:
A piano is a complex piece
of machinery. No other instrument (or piece
of furniture for that matter) sustains 40,000 pounds of
constant tension for periods of over 100
years! Since a piano is comprised of
thousands of parts there are many things
that can go wrong if a piano has not been
well maintained by its previous owner.
Though you may feel that you can trust an
owner you meet out of the newspaper or a
local friend or neighbor who has an old
piano they'd like to get rid of, you will be
taking a great gamble. Graves actually
rejects at least one piano a week due to the
instrument failing to meet our quality
standards. Since you will most likely only
purchase one piano in your lifetime we feel
that it's our duty to make the process as
easy and comfortable as possible - peace of
mind is a MUST.
This is where the "Certified" part comes
Every pre-owned piano Graves
thoroughly inspected, tested, and tuned to
make sure it will perform flawlessly for you
for years to come. In fact, on average it
takes roughly 2 weeks for a piano to get
tagged for re-sale after it arrives at our
warehouse. If the piano passes the
inspection and meets our standards, then a
full warranty is included along with the
Graves Lifetime Full Trade-Up Program.
And if a piano that is received fails to
meet our quality standards it never gets