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Grand Piano: Yamaha
The neglect of a Shipping Company delivering a grand piano from England to Australia with catastrophic failure.
Customary piano packing is:
Wraping the grand in protective material against salt-water and fasten it in to a wooden crate.
The crate is fully secured in the shipping container etc.....
The piano has just survived in bubble-wrapp and fasten in a container !????
You can imagine the damage from salt,water and other callousness,it is extensive.
#1 String rusty and they are suddenly breaking on its own.
#2 All tuning pins rusty.
#3 Rust leaking in to the woodwork. (Bass bridge and Sound-board )
#4 Iron frame rusty.
#5 Rust pitted frame posts and screws.
#6 Damage piano case and piano stool.
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