If you're looking for something to do that 21 million other people are doing in America, then playing the piano is just the thing for you! And if you're fortunate enough to live in the beautiful Rocklin community, your town contains one of the grandest piano stores in the region (oh dear, was that a pun so soon into this thing?) Buying a piano is a fun and substantial investment: no one makes it a more pleasant experience than the people at The Piano Store. Read on to learn why The Piano Store is the place to go when dealing with all things piano.
If You're Going to Go for It
I'm a person that does an extensive amount of research before making purchases with more than double digits involved. So, putting myself in the shoes of a piano buyer, I researched what others consider before deciding which piano to go with. Again and again, I was told that if you're going to go for it, buy a Yamaha. Lucky for me that The Piano Store's inventory consists of Yamaha acoustic pianos and digital keyboards. In fact, when I spoke with one of the very friendly and helpful salespeople at The Piano Store, he said, "I love working here. If you want to sell pianos, you want to be in a store that sells Yamahas." I definitely got the message, and now I'm passing it on to you. Yamaha pianos are a fantastic product and are available for you to test at The Piano Store.
Yamaha is one of the most respected brands in the music industry. I want to correct myself; Bösendorfer is the most reputed manufacturer in the piano industry. This famous Viennese manufacturer is the oldest among all the piano brands as it was founded in 1828 by Ignaz Bösendorfer. The Bösendorfer (now Yamaha) piano is classified as a luxury piano because it offers innovations that strike beloved chords with piano aficionados (and there it is again one more pun). For example, the Emperial model 290 has 97 instead of standard 88 keys making the tone richer with extraordinarily powerful bass. Bösendorfer’s (Yamaha's) rim also is different from its counterparts': rather than layers of veneers that are molded to a form, this renowned piano maker uses solid pieces of spruce that are hinge joint. Spruce is reputed to be the soundest conductive of the wood varietals. This adds to the rich tone for which these luxury pianos are known! While the name changed from Bösendorfer to Yamaha, its standards have remained utterly faithful to its piano's legacy, aesthetics, and manufacturing. From a modestly priced digital keyboard to its million-dollar Kuhn piano, Yamaha has a product for everyone.
The Key to Success
(Yes, a pun in a caption) if you're like me, I need all the help I can get when it comes to excelling in a hobby. Okay, I'll be honest, I don't think Yamaha's million-dollar Kuhn piano will help me earn a spot-on stage alongside some of the world's famous pianists like Louis Lortie, Brad Mehldau, or Helene Grimaud, But having a quality piano decreases frustration during the learning process, and that's undoubtedly what Yamaha provides. Visiting The Piano Store offers the opportunity to buy a quality product that fits all budgets. During my visit to this store's lovely showroom, I was drawn in by the beauty and sound these beautiful instruments can make. I learned that The Piano Store sells both new and previously owned pianos and digital keyboards. That makes buying a high-quality instrument affordable if new is out of the question.
I love pianos, so finding The Piano Store was such a treat! In addition to digital keyboards in several styles, this store has an impressive selection ranging from grand and baby pianos to upright and even player pianos! In addition to having something for everyone to choose from, this store offers several services for piano buyers, sellers and owners. If you have something in particular you want to find and don't see in The Piano Store, you can enlist the help of their piano finder concierge services. You can also consign your piano with The Piano Store. If you currently own a piano, The Piano Store offers free estimates on repairs, tuning, and piano restoration. You can also sign up for professional piano lessons with The Piano Store. And finally, if you own a piano and need to have it moved, The Piano Store can help you do it safely and with attention to every important detail. The Piano Store sells a high-quality product known for its richness due to its attention to every important detail. The Piano Store compliments that product by offering only the best services in the industry. Whether you're in the market to buy and piano or just want to spend a bit of time in a lovely setting, please visit The Piano Store soon. You won't regret it.
Stanford Ranch Self Storage
Owning a piano is no small feat. These lovely instruments require care to preserve their quality and value. One of the dilemmas piano owners sometimes have is what to do about safely storing their precious piano when moving from one home to another. A typical situation is moving from one home before the next one is ready for occupancy. Storing a piano in the perfect environment is critical! At Stanford Ranch Self Storage, our state-of-the-art self-storage facility offers climate-controlled units that provide you with peace of mind knowing your piano is in good hands (and yup, there was the last pun) until its new home is ready for it. I consulted with the experts at The Piano Store regarding piano moving and storage requirements. In addition to only allowing piano movers to help you move your piano, the environment offered at Standford Ranch Self Storage meets the requirements for safely storing your piano. Please visit us at Stanford Ranch Self Storage and let us show you the peace of mind you'll have by keeping your prized piano at our pristine facility.
The Piano Store
4881 Granite Drive
Rocklin, CA. 95677
Hours of Operation are: Monday-Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 12pm – 5pm