Did you know?

A digital piano will lose approximately 40% to 50% of all it's value within the first 5 years, in contrast to an acoustical piano which will only lose about 15% of it's value over 10 years.
How to make an offer and reserve this instrument:

Interested parties may submit an offer by the "Make an Offer" button directly below, through our Contact Us page, by phone, or email.

Parks & Sons will consider any reasonable offer and provide a quick answer.

If the offer is accepted the buyer will be expected to place a security deposit of 20% of the accepted offer within 30 days. This will reserve the piano and also prioritize its completion. There may also be customizing options presented for the buyer's choice (depending on instrument).

Once the instrument is completed the buyer may inspect the piano in person, by a designated party, or request high resolution photos and audio of the piano.

The buyer will then decide to either complete the transaction and provide 50% of the remaining amount due (the other 50% will be due upon delivery), or cancel the purchase.

If the buyer cancels the purchase full 100% refund of any money payed (including security deposit) will be returned to the buyer within 14 days. The buyer bears no risk.

Sold LeSage Serial Number: 50856 Type: Console Year Made: 1971 Piano Includes:
  • Bench
  • Delivery to any location within 120 miles of Weston
  • In-home tuning at delivery
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
About the Piano:

An instrument made by the LeSage piano company of Quebec, Canada. Lesage had a reputation for producing instruments with good tone - and this instrument exhibits this quality well. It produces good tone and a long sustain.

The instrument's action was in exceptional, almost new, condition but the case had suffered much abuse. Parks & Sons had the intentions of performing a complete reconditioning, regulation, and then refinishing it to an ebony satin; but before work began a buyer became interested in the instrument, and preferred the case damage to be repaired rather than refinished.

The instrument was sold after the complete reconditioning, regulation and case touch-up work.

Photos of this Piano(Click Photos for Larger Versions) Photos are of the instrument after case touch-up work. LeSage "Upright" console - reconditioned, regulated, and case touch-up Side view Another front view Both toes had suffered major veneer damage, here is a sample of the repairs Side view along the key bed area The piano also had suffered a deep scratch along this side. While such damage from a deep scratch usually can not be made invisible, it can be hidden so as to blend and become less noticeable
- Notices

Free Delivery
Unless stated otherwise, free delivery of piano is to first floor locations within 120 miles of Weston, ME. A location with a total of 3 steps or less, from gound level to location the piano will be placed, is considered "first floor". Locations that do not conform to this guideline may require an additional charge. Parks & Sons Piano Service, at their own discretion, may wave such extra fees.

Warranty
Warranties vary depending upon work completed for each instrument. If interested, please request a sample warranty.


** Payment Plans
Parks & Sons Piano Service reserves the right, at their sole discretion, to offer or withdraw any offer(s) of a payment plan at any time and for any reason.
To request a sample of a Payment Plan Agreement please contact us through the Contact Us page.
The figures provided in the above Suggested Payment Plans do not constitute, under any circumstance, a binding Payment Plan Offer. A Payment Plan will only become binding once the requirements of the specific plan have been met (please contact us for a sample plan).



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