Riverton Piano Company in Phoenix, Arizona

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Yamaha Pianos at Riverton Piano Company

Donate Your Piano

Did you know that donating your piano could be the best way to quickly (and safely) move it out of your home while still giving you a substantial benefit? It's true! ...and thanks to our partnership with "Pianos for Students Society" (a 501c3 "non-profit" organization that supports performance venues, schools and music organizations all over the Western United States), we can pickup your piano, provide you with the appropriate contribution document for tax purposes, and see that your piano helps support the good work P4SS does. Everybody wins. You get a great tax benefit, PFSS receives an excellent donation, and Riverton benefits from the partnership! If you'd like to donate your piano, fill out the form below and we'll contact you with the next steps. ...and thanks in advance for supporting music organizations in our community!

What About Consignment?

Ocassionally, when we have an inventory need that your piano can fill, we can help you sell your piano on consignment. In such cases, we will review your submission below, contact you and discuss next steps. We work closely with you to determine your piano's condition and value. Then, we decide on a price, sign an agreement, and pick your piano up for sale. We market the instrument online and in-store until it sells. Once that happens, we deliver the piano and then send you a check for the agreed upon amount. We can never guess how long it will take your piano to sell, but we will do our best to help you price it attractively. This service is only available to clients within our local service area.

Piano Consignment Tip: There is no "blue book" value for used pianos, so a piano's resale value is based on its condition, the current marketplace and how quickly the owner wants to sell it.

Selling Your Piano

On rare occasions when your instrument meets a very specific need we have, we might be interested in purchasing your piano for our stores. The process is similar to consignment. We will review your submission, contact you and discuss your piano. We will ask you what you want for your piano and then determine whether or not we can meet your price based on a number of factors, including condition, value, market demand, and our inventory needs. If we decide to purchase your piano, we will arrange for payment and pick up from your home.

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How to Find the Serial Number

During production, each piano is giving a unique number so it can be identified during the selling process and for after-the-sale service. This unique number (called a "serial number") is usually four to eight digits long. It can contain letters as well as numbers and it is usually found in a few standard places on your piano. If you don't know wher eto look, try these common locations:

Grand or Baby Grand Pianos

grand piano serial number
  • On the cast-iron plate by tuning pins.

Vertical Pianos

upright piano serial number
  • On the cast-iron plate by tuning pins.
  • Stamped into wood under the top or plate.
  • On the back corner of the piano.
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