About: The Steinway Model B is known among some pianists as 'the perfect piano'. At 6′ 11″ (211 cm), this classical grand piano is an outstanding example of versatility and melodious excellence.
About: 1866 was the year Steinway really became STEINWAY. Two of the brothers died in 1865 and Christian Friedrich Theodor Steinweg, anglicized name C .F. Theodore Steinway became the technical genius leader of the Company. There is a belief that C.F. Theodore was the true father of the modern piano, responsible for the majority of patents and innovations. By 1876 Steinway and Sons was established as a world leader winning Gold Medals in international competitions. After 10 years of innovations and improvements, 1876 was truly the year that could be considered their greatest. Check out this 1876 Steinway..
About: The Yamaha C5 grand piano is part of the Yamaha Conservatory Collection, a series of grand pianos designed to meet the needs of the most demanding players. The C5 is 6’7″ in length, making it the perfect size for smaller performance spaces, music studios, or homes. Despite its compact size, the C5 produces a powerful, full-bodied tone that is perfect for both solo performances and accompanying singers and instrumentalists.
About: The Baldwin piano was considered toe to toe with the Steinway piano. The Baldwin Grand was an American hand made grand piano and was known for the big sound.
About: Considered by many the equal to a Steinway. The baby grand Baldwin was the choice of many teachers during the 1980's and 90's.
About: Undercutting lesser competitors whilst retaining Yamaha's high standards, the b1 offers the joy of Yamaha ownership at a price that will astonish and delight. Silencing system has been added to this b1. This is an SC2 type SILENT Piano™ .
About: For many years, the Kawai GM-10 was one of the most popular baby grand pianos in the world. Nice mellow sound and a beautiful Mahogany French Provincial furniture.
About: Just dropped the price from $8,299 to $6,999 This is a very nice piano and plays extremely well. Rich dark sound.
About: A beautiful walnut grand in very good condition. Sohmer was once called the “poor man’s Steinway”. Every bit as good without the price.
About: This shows as probably built after 2008. This is same size as a Yamaha C3X
About: This South Korean Baby Grand is a very nice piano with a very brilliant sound.
About: This appears to be a 1986 piano. The polished ebony finish appears to be part of the Viennese Edition. This was near the end of the Kimball grand pianos in 1996 and during what I believe to be the best of the Kimball product.
About: One of the smaller grand pianos, often called a La-Petite Grand, smaller than a baby grand. A surprisingly big sound for this size piano!
About: The Baldwin model M 5'2" baby grand piano is one of the finest American made baby grand pianos. Much like the Steinway S, the Baldwin has a richer, truer tone in the bass. It was a top-tier piano and this instrument comes from a time when Baldwin was the #1 manufacturer of pianos in the United States. This instrument has a high end soundboard which produces a rich, singing tone that sustains longer than some concert grand pianos! The action is smooth and even. This piano has duplex scaling which enhances the tone by allowing non-speaking length of the strings to sympathetically vibrate. It has been regulated and voiced to a concert level of performance. There are very few pianos of this size in the world that produce such a rich tone. The instrument was crafted at an excellent period in Baldwin’s rich history.
About: This is a rare U series Yamaha piano. Between the 48" U1 snd 52" U3, the U2 was not part of the typical mix in the USA market, but still has the same DNA as the other two. Check this piano out and pay less for a U series piano. with this U2.
About: The Baldwin 243 was the leading school piano during the 1970's-1990's. Made to stand up to the heavy playing of piano majors, and easy access to the cabinet for tuner/technicians. A very nice starter piano.
About: This is the Continental model made by Pearl River under the Hallet & Davis name. Even has the modern slow fall. The current price of the H108 is $5,295.
About: Bachmann is a division of General Music (GEM). They're a very good company, much bigger in Europe than here.
About: WW Kimball name was found on the older Chicago built pianos, This may have been a special series. The piano seems to be a good starter piano.
About: What a historic piano. Pre-dates the K52 and built before the Great War and the roaring 20's!
About: This attractive digital piano is a well-functioning instrument that is perfect for someone wanting a stylish old-world case on a modern instrument. Come in and see this unusual piano for yourself!
About: The Kimball Whitney was a low end piano when new and this piano is sold As Is.
About: This is the conservatory series baby grand. Heavier rim, hammers more high end, and a higher grade of materials. The sound is good, and the beautiful Satin Ebony finish adds class.