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I have a Hyindai Grand Piano model G 50 A gh Gloss with a

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Customer: I have a Hyindai Grand Piano model G 50 A Ebony high Gloss with a player system on it I am not sure of the year or what is it worth. It is in excellent condition. Serial # ***** Any idea what year it is and what is it worth with the player system?
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Musical Instrument Appraisal
Expert:  Tyler, MM, AAGO replied 1 year ago.

Hi, welcome to Just Answer and thanks for your question!

This piano was made by Samick in South Korea and the serial number you provided dates it back to 1993. Samick produces a high number of glossy black baby grands under a number of different names for the North American market. They are lower priced instruments compared to other Asian brands and often are sold with player units, like yours. Since not all buyers want a player system with their piano and because technology is constantly improving, the player system itself depreciates faster than the piano. Based on your description of the condition and figuring depreciation in value with age, I would recommend a current selling range of approximately $3,600-$4,200. Best wishes!

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