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Q: What about cost of shipping?

A: Often, cost of shipping is calculated into the cost of the instrument. In many cases the costs are negotiated in the purchase price.


Q: Once an instrument is purchased, how does the insurance work?

A: Regarding pianos, until the instrument is delivered, Maestro's Music has it insured for full purchase price up to $20,000. Because we often sell our instruments for "below market value", the buyer may also elect to purchase additional insurance if the purchase price or the fair market value exceeds $20,000.


Q: How are the transactions made?

A: Each purchase can be different. Wire transfers are a good option. Bank checks or money orders work well too. Personal checks are accepted but, it slows down the delivery process as we will not ship an instrument until the check has cleared.