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This piano was manufactured in 1966 by the Baldwin Piano Company. Baldwin pianos are known for their "American" quality and beautiful tone. This grandfather piano has been well loved over the years and is still in great shape.See Photos
This Baldwin grand piano was manufactured in 1956, the same year that Baldwin patented their 41-Ply Pinblock design. This design promotes excellent tuning stability and helps this Baldwin maintain its superb sound.Learn More
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The Boston line of grand pianos represent a singular achievement in instrument-building: a superior playing experience at a price level never before thought possible.See Photos
This Hyundai grand piano offers a wide dynamic range, broad tonal palette, long sustain, a responsive action, and excellent tuning stability. It is perfect for the advancing pianist looking to take their playing to the next level.See Photos
This Mason & Hamlin grand piano may be up there in years, but it is structurally sound and aesthetically pleasing. Perfect for beginners and advancing students alike, this piano has an abundance of life left and will take your playing to a new level.See Photos
This pre-owned Samick grand piano was built in 1999 out of the Samick Musical Instrument Company in Inchon, Korea. The piano is finished in Polished Walnut.See Photos
Manufactured in 1971, this piano was reconditioned in our shop, including all action work and a complete restring.See Photos
This STEINWAY Model B is the perfect piano for the pianist who demands only the finest musical performance. The Model B grand piano is often referred to by pianists as “the perfect piano.”See Photos
The STEINWAY grand is the gold standard of musical instruments, representing over 160 years of dedication to craftsmanship and un-compromised expression.See Photos
This piano's rich tone, responsive action and manageable size make it perfect for conservatories and many homes as well.See Photos
This piano was lovingly maintained by one-owner, is in exquisite condition, and ready for the next family who aspires to owning one of Steinway’s classic and period-piece instruments.See Photos
This one-of-a-kind piano, made in the USA and signed by Henry Z. Steinway, was ordered by a very discriminating designer who wanted something genuinely unique for a very special client.See Photos
This STEINWAY Model M has been remarkably cared for over the years and is in excellent condition. Whether you're playing your favorite Rachmaninoff piece, Chopin Waltz or meadering through a jazz improvisation, this grand piano will bring every note to life.See Photos
This piano was manufactured in 1924 from the STEINWAY Factory. Whether you're a beginner or a professional pianist, this piano was built for every stage and will take you farther than you ever thought you could go.See Photos
At 5' 1" (155 cm) long and 57 3/4" wide (147 cm), the Model S is the smallest of the STEINWAY grands. This design was introduced in the 1930s to invite the majesty of the STEINWAY sound into almost any space.See Photos
The Steinway O is referred to as the "living room grand piano" because of its suitable size. At 5'10 3/4", this piano is large enough to satisfy those who demand a full, rich sound, yet sized to fit in almost any home.See Photos
If you are looking for a piano that will transform the power of your playing and withstand even the most scrupulous of pianists, then this STEINWAY Model D should be at the heart of your search.See Photos
Commissioned by the Fisher family in 1926, this piano is adorned with stunning hand carved legs, music desk, lyre, stretcher and mouldings.See Photos
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