Richard W. Bushey - Piano Tuner/Technician
1694 N. State Hwy 125, Strafford, Mo. 65757

(417) 831-0749  or  (417) 294-3377 cell
Associate Member of the
Piano Technician's Guild

(Non-Smoker!)
Locally Licensed
   and Insured

Discounted rates for 2 - 4 prescheduled/prepaid tunings per year
Action Reconditioning
Piano Regulation
Piano Repairs
Piano Tuning
Friendly Service
What I Offer
Used Pianos
For Sale:


Schafer & Sons Spinet (SN: 229963 - built 1977)

    
$550 (price includes tax, local move within 40 miles and 1st
      tuning within 6 months of purchase. A $235 value)
                                   
OR
     $500
(price includes tax, 1st tuning within 6 months of purchase.
      A $110 value. You provide delivery)
                                   
OR
     $450 (Includes tax. AS-IS. You provide delivery and no follow up
     tuning included)
                        
   - Great starter instrument.
   - Walnut finish.
   - Matching bench.
   - Tunes well. Has nice tone
      throughout.
   - Action has been reconditioned
     (hammers shaped, screws tightened,
     action lubed, etc.)
  

I offer Piano Tuning
Services to these areas
in Missouri:

Strafford, Mo
Springfield, Mo
Ozark, Mo
Nixa, Mo
Marshfield, Mo
Rogersville, Mo
Republic, Mo
Branson, Mo
Ash Grove, Mo
Fair Grove, Mo
Ebenezer, Mo
Cave Spring, Mo
Walnut Grove, Mo
Pleasant Hope, Mo
Sparta, Mo

and surrounding areas.


Special arrangements can sometimes be made out of my normal service area.
For Sale:


Wurlitzer Console (SN: 759474 - built 1961)

    
$550 (price includes tax, local move within 40 miles and 1st
      tuning within 6 months of purchase. A $235 value)
                                   
OR
     $500
(price includes tax, 1st tuning within 6 months of purchase.
      A $110 value. You provide delivery)
                                   
OR
     $450 (Includes tax. AS-IS. You provide delivery and no follow up
     tuning included)
                        
   - Great starter instrument.
   - Light/Golden Oak finish. Few blemishes
     (see pics below)
   - Matching bench.
   - Tunes well. Has nice tone
      throughout.
   - Action has been reconditioned
     (hammers shaped, screws tightened,
     action lubed, etc.)
  

Pictures above show from left to right: 1) one slightly mismatched keytop in center of piano, 2) scuff and gouge on mid and lower edge of right side panel, 3) gouge on top left side panel, and 4) gouge on bottom left side panel.
For Sale:


Wurlitzer Spinet (SN: 421402 - built 1951)

    
$550 (price includes tax, local move within 40 miles and 1st
      tuning within 6 months of purchase. A $235 value)
                                   
OR
     $500
(price includes tax, 1st tuning within 6 months of purchase.
      A $110 value. You provide delivery)
                                   
OR
     $450 (Includes tax. AS-IS. You provide delivery and no follow up
     tuning included)
                        
   - Another great starter instrument if looks aren't that important.
   - Dark walnut finish, case a bit rough looking (but plays wonderfully).
   - Slightly mismatched bench. Same general style and condition
     as the piano, but slightly lighter in color.
   - Keytop overhangs were badly chipped when I got it so I filed them
     all flush creating a "waterfall" type look.
   - Tunes well. Has nice tone throughout.
   - Action has been reconditioned (hammers shaped, screws
      tightened, action lubed, etc.)
   - Normally, I'd ask $800 or more for the same piano if the finish were
     better.





For Sale:


Wurlitzer 73 Note Spinet (as opposed to 88 on a full keyboard)
                   (SN: 515276 - built 1954)

    
$500 (price includes tax, local move within 40 miles and 1st
      tuning within 6 months of purchase. A $235 value)
                                   
OR
     $450
(price includes tax, 1st tuning within 6 months of purchase.
      A $110 value. You provide delivery)
                                   
OR
     $400 (Includes tax. AS-IS. You provide delivery and no follow up
     tuning included)
                        
   - A cute little instrument. Literally! Exact same workings as a regular
     Wurlitzer spinet but lacking the first 8 and the last 7 notes of the
     keyboard. An accomplished pianist would be frustrated by the lack
     of notes at either end for certain songs, but it is perfect for a
     beginner who may not use the extremes of the piano for several
     years. Also, perfect if you just enjoy playing mainly in the middle of
     the piano anyway and you need a little space saving piano. Same
     footprint as a regular spinet front to back, but is only 49.5" wide
     instead of the usual 57" or so that a full piano is. 
   - Case is in decent shape, though not perfect.
   - Matching bench included
   - No chipped keys
   - Action has had a basic reconditioning (hammers shaped, screws
     tightened, action lubed, etc.)





Selling Your Piano?
Will I buy your piano or take that free piano off your hands? Possibly, but not likely.

Currently, I have a very small shop and only have room to work on a couple at a time.  From time to time I will consider purchasing a piano to fix up, but for the most part, I just don't have the shop/storage room to take on too many pianos right now.

If your piano is in good shape at a good price, feel free to contact me and I'll see if I have the space.  If I don't, sometimes I know  of someone who may be looking for a piano to purchase, so it never hurts to ask.

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