I'm a big fan of seeking out what other people consider to be junk. One item jumped off the Twin Falls / free section of Craigslist this morning that is a must-take for fans of the piano.

Looking for a good bargain is something I think all Americans can relate to. My dream hobby would probably be to have my own show where I drive across the country looking at people's antiques and collectibles. Something along the lines of the program American Pickers. The only problem I have is one needs money to pull that off, and gas is way too damn expensive to drive down the street let alone across the United States.

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A Boise-area piano owner is looking to give away an Adam Schaaf Grand Piano they say can fetch upwards of $20,000 if in great shape. The piano I'm assuming is free due to the fact it was listed in that section, and no mention of price is included in the post anywhere. It does say the piano is in fair condition and sounds "great."


Early twentieth century is another piece of information shared in the post that helps date this piano, and it does appear to be in decent shape for being as old as it is. For those interested try consulting someone with a background in pianos before hauling this item home.

Click the "reply" tab in the upper left corner of the post page to contact the owner. This piano has only been live on the site for a short period of time.

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