What is included in a purchase from a commercial seller is a matter of negotiation and should be clearly noted on the sales agreement. Typically included are a matching bench, pre-delivery preparation of the instrument (unpacking, tuning, and adjustments), tuning in the home at least a few weeks after delivery (giving the piano time to acclimate and be played in a little bit), and either a manufacturer’s or dealer’s warranty covering defects in material and workmanship for a specified period of time. Other common negotiated inclusions are delivery, a more expensive bench, and additional tunings during the first year.
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