Seriously, You Won’t Find Better Prices On A Used Piano Anywhere.

Try to, and you will find yourself quite disappointed. Jim’s Pianos is currently offering liquidation pricing on any used piano. That means all of these beautiful pianos in our showroom are priced to leave immediately. It’s no gimmick, people.

Two seconds into browsing the used piano showroom you will see what I mean. We have factory refurbished, pre-loved and even discontinued products. All our pre-owned inventory is tested to the highest quality possible. The Jim’s Pianos showroom floor is only available for the best looking, best sounding used pianos.

Looking for a particular brand? We have the top dogs such as Kawai, Baldwin and Yamaha. We also have lesser known treasures, such as Krell and Chickering. All priced low as can go. We will also deliver your used piano wherever it needs to go!

Don’t forget about our tuning service either! Keep your piano sounding as glorious as when it left our showroom. Subscribe to our scheduled tuning service at or after your time of purchase. We will send a specialist to your location. 

Call us today to request inventory or schedule a viewing at 850-205-5467. You can also stop by the showroom at 1100 N Monroe St. Tallahassee, Fl. 

Visit our online showroom for more information. 

Jim’s Pianos Offers Affordable Piano Repair

Hurricane season is in full swing. That means possible damage to your precious musical centerpiece. Water damage and major impacts can both result in a broken piano. Even family heirlooms in storage are at risk. Jim’s Pianos offers affordable piano repair by a master craftsman.  

Jim’s Pianos can give the customer an estimate on the cost of necessary repairs. After all piano repair is done in-house by a master craftsman. Also our specialists possess the skill to completely rebuild your precious piano. With such ground up knowledge you know your piano repair is in good hands.

Costs of rebuilding a piano can outweigh the cost of purchasing a new one sometimes. This is not a common problem among repairs. However, Jim’s Pianos has a huge selection and great service. Call or just come in to see what new products we have to offer. Our knowledgeable staff will make sure you leave informed and happy. 

If your piano does happen to become forcibly moved or tilted, then additional tuning may be needed. Jim’s Pianos also offers a tuning service at low cost. An estimate will be given for the required time and price of the work. Tuning is also completed by one of our trained specialists.

No matter your faulty piano needs Jim’s Pianos is here to please! So stay safe and don’t worry. You don’t have to cut the orchestra short. Affordable piano repair is just around the corner. Check out our online showroom as well. You will certainly find something you like.

Call to schedule an appointment or viewing @ (850)-205-5467

Limited Offer Flexible Fall Financing

Jim’s Pianos has been blessed with a new offer for flexible fall financing from industry leader Kawai. This deal offers two great new financing options for your piano purchase. Both the new zero interest plan and low interest plan depend on credit approval. Also the offer only applies to select models.

The Zero Interest Plan is a periodic payment with a full price goal. 12 months until value of piano is payed off. That means absolutely no interest if payed within 12 months. This also allows for 18 months SAC with Auto Pay signup.

Then you have the Low Interest Plan. This flexible fall financing deal requires literally no down payment. The plan also includes a low 6.49% APR up to 48 months. This is expandable to 60 months with Auto Pay signup.

These deals aren’t going to be around forever people! The final day to take advantage of these offers is October 31, 2018. Don’t be one of the unlucky few who missed out on this opportunity to own the perfect piano.

Make sure to visit the online inventory to see our great selection. You can also call the store at 850-205-5467 to schedule a viewing of the showroom. If you are in the area just stop by if you want to see great pianos at a great price.

Kawai Pianos

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Award Winning Piano Manufacturer Kawai is proudly sold at Jim’s Pianos.

Founded in 1927 by Koichi Kawai, Kawai Musical Instruments began their journey crafting the world’s finest pianos. From his humble beginnings as the son of a wagon maker, Koichi became the apprentice of a struggling organ builder. That organ builder was none other than Torakusu Yamaha, who helped form the Yamaha Corporation. After Yamaha’s death in 1916 the company began to diversify their products, which displeased Koichi who wanted to continue his craft. This led him to create his own piano company with seven other colleagues dedicated to the production of excellent pianos.

Passed down to his son and eventually grandson, Kawai continued to innovate and perfect the piano, as well as expand the company’s reach around the world. Advanced manufacturing methods such as robotics were eventually introduced, which increased output and attention to every minute detail. One of their biggest achievements, and what draws many potential buyers to their pianos, is their use of ABS material. This allows their pianos to overcome the many issues related to using wood. While considered by some as standard or even “classic”, the use of wood to make pianos comes with complications that do not apply to Kawai’s ABS pianos. Wood is far more susceptible to shrinking and expanding due to humidity, which affects the tuning and reliability of the piano. This innovative feature, as well as their excellent craftsmanship, make Kawai pianos very popular and highly regarded. In 2002 Kawai introduced the use of ABS-Carbon, combining ABS and carbon fiber, to further increase reliability and performance.

When purchasing a piano one must consider many factors: build quality, sound and tone, visual appeal, performance, and so on. Kawai pianos are an investment that will last the buyer a lifetime when cared for, and will fill a room or music hall with crisp tones and melodic perfection. Jim’s Pianos understands that desire for long lasting quality, which is why we provide Kawai pianos.

Acoustic or Digital?

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When it comes to buying a piano, many customers ask themselves this question: should I get an acoustic or digital piano? Ultimately it comes down to preference, but there are a few key factors every potential buyer should consider.


The biggest difference can sometimes be the instrument’s price. Some new acoustic pianos can cost upwards of $20,000, while a brand new digital piano may only reach a few thousand dollars. For price-conscious buyers or beginners, several grand for an instrument may be too much. However, the luxury of a Kawai Baby Grand may be exactly what you’re looking for.


An Upright piano will take up significantly less space than a Grand, but a digital piano will take up even less room. Transporting the instrument is also easier, especially when you factor in the weight difference. For large homes or concert venues, size shouldn’t be an issue.


Digital pianos can have problems related to software and hardware, and acoustic pianos require tuning and servicing. With either investment, taking proper care of your piano is important. With no need for tuning, a digital piano might be the right choice if you don’t think you can afford regular tuning.

Sound and Feel

The biggest difference comes down to personal preference, and should carry the most weight when making your final decision. The sound of the piano and how it plays is the most important consideration. Digital pianos offer many different sounds and settings, as well as the distinct advantage of volume control. An acoustic piano can be very loud, but a digital has volume control and even headphone support.

For some people there’s no replacing the authentic sound of strings and hammers. While digital gets closer to the real thing every year, acoustic pianos will always have a place. Because of their physical properties, playing an acoustic piano will have a different feel than a digital one. Again, it all comes down to preference, so stop by Jim’s Pianos and see for yourself which is right for you.