NO!

ITEM A:

 

The hammer center pins are loose, and, as the notes are       played, they have a tendency to work themselves out of position and dig into a neighboring flange, causing THAT note to get hung up!

 

 

ITEM B:

 

Buckskin under the hammer butts is worn, and does not allow the jack to return in place easily, thus causing the notes to not be repeatable;

 

Other parts are worn, and this, added to an overall very poor design and very poor manufacturing quality, adds up to this being a piano that we cannot sell in good conscience.

 

IF someone were to buy this piano, they, and we, would experience
 
nothing but trouble with it.

 

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