About: One of the most popular Steinway Grands for the home. Many say the M is the smallest Grand you should buy from Steinway. Much nicer base section than the 5'1" Model S.
About: Uncompromising in its commitment to quality, Steinway introduced the Model A as their salon grand. Capable of the “grand” piano sound in quality and craftsmanship, the Model A is the smallest of Steinway’s concert grand pianos. Just over 6 feet long, the Model A is the idyllic baby grand piano for those looking for a smaller size that still retains the strength of sound characteristic of a large piano. The Model A also has a variant called the A3, sometimes called the “stretch A,” which is 3 inches longer than the standard A to accommodate more power and tonal range. Specs: Length: 6’ 2” (188 cm) Width: 57 ¾” (147 cm) Weight: 695 pounds (315 kg) Introduced: 1878
About: All original 1958, 5’10 grand piano. Plays great. On consignment from a motivated seller.
About: This baby grand on the larger size made by Kawai for Steinway gives you something to compare others to. Check it out and tell us what you think.
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: $1,000 Price dropped. This is a big piano with a big sound, and it has a very smooth touch. The action reminds me of a Yamaha C7. Well worth the $9999.
About: This is a very difficult piano to find. It is the perfect piano for homes where the small baby grand is too small. Priced right for a little bit larger 5'8" grand piano.
About: Just dropped the price from $8,299 to $7,699. This is a very nice piano and plays extremely well. Rich dark sound.
About: The most comparable model to this KG-1 lists for over $20K today, so it is easy to see the tremendous value you have here! This is a genuine "Made in Japan" Kawai piano. There are many upright pianos that will set you back more than we're offering this wonderful instrument for!
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 is a very nice sub-baby grand with a much bigger sound for it's size. Plays good, looks good, and priced great. Better hurry on this one.
About: Check this Japanese built Kawai Diapason professional upright 49" piano. It looks a whole lot like the U2 Yamaha, sounds fantastic and look like new.
About: What a historic piano. Pre-dates the K52 and built before the Great War and the roaring 20's!
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: This is a very nice sounding and playing piano. A great value for a shiny black 14 year old piano.
About: Bachmann is a division of General Music (GEM). They're a very good company, much bigger in Europe than here.
About: This antique style player piano features two leaded glass window panels to the front flanking either side of the piano roll, two sliding doors, ivory tone and black keys, two foot pedals, and carved lion legs. The piano can be played automatically or foot pumped. A cushioned piano bench with a lift top for storage is included.
About: Though established in Boston in 1883, the Everett piano company moved to South Haven, Michigan in 1926 and remained there until 1989. The Everett pianos that were made in Michigan always had a great reputation for being solid, reliable pianos. In 1973 Yamaha bought the company and continued to produce pianos in the South Haven factory until 1986. During it's lifetime, the company specialized in uprights, and built many great instruments that have stood the test of time, with long lasting soundboards, bridges and tight tuning pins.
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!