Whoa - Piano Accident

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by AngelStrummer, Feb 11, 2020.

  1. Ricky D.

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    In a total loss situation, the insurer owns the salvage.
     
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    Thanks for the info. What do they do with it then? auction? I'd definitely be interested in buying the iron, frame or soundboard
     
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    They would try to realize some value if there is a market for what's left. I don't know if there's a commercial market for the useable parts. I'll bet the sound board isn't repairable. The iron is probably undamaged, but if it broke it's just scrap iron. You should hunt down the insurer if you want to pursue this.
     
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    You'd ship scrap all the way from Berlin?
     
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    If the price was right, yah. It would be fun to build a guitar out of those parts. Maybe she's buy it from me :)
     
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