This depends in part on what you mean by “reputable.” It would be very rare, for example, for a dealer to take your money and not deliver the piano, so I wouldn’t worry about that. On the other hand, dealerships and individual salespeople do differ in how helpful they are in selecting an instrument, handling warranty issues, and other aspects of the buying experience. In addition to checking with the local Better Business Bureau, google the dealership and check them out online. You can also check with local music teachers, piano technicians, and school music departments. Read this article about the attributes of a good piano dealer.
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