Take my piano, please!
January 2, 2011 7:47 AM Subscribe
How can I get rid of an old-ish, beat up piano that I do not want to move yet again? I have a Kimball upright piano, no stool. All the keys work, but it has significant cosmetic damage (gouges and scratches on the wood case, the music stand is broken off, some of the keys are chipped on the ends). I'm not sure how old it is, but it is definitely not a valuable antique.
posted by jeoc to Home & Garden (17 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
I'm moving in two weeks, and I don't think I can sell it. Is there a good way to give it to someone? Because it is in poor shape, I don't want to give it to anyone who won't realize what they are getting.
What are my options for getting rid of this? Can I donate it somewhere? Is there any chance it will move on craigslist? Is there something I'm not thinking of?