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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# Your local music store would probably be the best place to
from. That way, if there's any problems with the intrument, help is not that far away, and you can actually establish a relationship with the store. Internet stores can usually give you a better deal than local stores. But I'm not sure how many of them have a "rent-to-own" program. Mostly, you buy stuff outright from them and they'll offer to finance it if you can't afford the purchase price right away. So, you basically making monthly payments, like rent-to-own, except you don't have the option of transferring the rental payments to another instrument if you don't like what you've bought, and you can just stop "renting" without making the rest of the payments. Ebay is typically a bad idea, for the most part. But you can find deals out there if you are extrememly careful, and you know exactly what you're looking for. If you're not sure of the brand you want or the exact specs of it, then I'd probably stay away from Ebay. #endquote#
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