So the NV-10(S) is cheaper ‘round there?
Here, the NV-10(S) is more expensive; go figure.
And I’m talking a lot more expensive!
Now, regarding these ridiculous, so-called inflation-related prices, I believe it’s price gouging, so if you can wait a bit, by all means do.
It turns out that getting something like a P-515/525 can be a great placeholder to make the wait more manageable; you’d be surprised at how much bang for the buck these instruments give, and unlike the “cabinet-type” pianos these slabs don’t seem affected by inflation; go figure!
Could it be that the term “slab” doesn’t sound as fancy; therefore, these type of instruments are priced accordingly? I don’t know, but I do know they’re the best value out there, and can keep up with anything you throw at them:
The above is the perfect example, IMHO, of how good/fast the action, for you see, the “broken chords” require a quick pinky/thumb switch, and the keys have to be ‘ready’ for this, or else it would be very difficult to execute; no matter how good the pianist.