Domestic Pianos for Sale
Baldwin Pianos, Previously Owned
Dwight Hamilton Baldwin started building pianos in 1891 with the goal to produce “the best piano that could be built”, because most pianos of the day were of inferior quality. During World War 2, Baldwin constructed plywood aircraft wings. They designed a 21-ply maple wing, which they transformed into their famous pinblock design used in postwar piano models. Other companies, unaware of this advance because Baldwin hid it under glued-on felt, continued using 5 and 6-ply piano pinblocks for decades. The company continued to improve their pianos by acquiring the C. Bechstein company in 1963, to incorporate their construction techniques and the Renner action. In October 1986, Baldwin bought the Pratt-Read piano action company so that they could use the world’s very best piano action in their pianos. In 1988, Baldwin purchased the Wurlitzer Company, which excelled in piano design.
Baldwin Piano, Model Console Upright, 1987 41″ $3,250.00
Baldwin Upright Piano, Hamilton Model 246, 1982, 45″, $3,750.00
Baldwin Upright Piano, Hamilton Model, 1987 45″ $4,450.00
Baldwin Upright Piano, Acrosonic Model, 2001 44″ $5,350.00
Baldwin Baby Grand Piano, Model B1, 1992 4’10” $5,850.00
Baldwin Grand Piano, Model R, 1992 5’8″ $14,450.00
Baldwin Grand Piano, Model 226, 1998 5’8″ $14,500.00
Baldwin Grand Piano, Model R, 1990 5’8″ $15,300.00
Baldwin Grand Piano, Model M, 2001 5’2″ $15,300.00
Please feel free to inquire if more Baldwin pianos have come into stock.
Steinway Pianos, Previously Owned
Steinway uses a lower string tension than other brands because it brings a warmer tone, which is more suited to classical music. Other hallmarks of lower string tension are longer sustain, lighter attack, and a mellow sound. From the Steinway & Sons Boston Pianos web page: “In comparison to other pianos, the Boston has lower string tension. This reduced string tension, along with a tapered soundboard, creates longer sustain, and a more singing quality in the tone (as well as longer piano life). A low-tension string scale design gives a fuller tone by allowing more of the lower partials to sing. It also has more sustain, is more powerful, has more dynamic range, and provides warmer and mellower tones.” Pop music fans will likely prefer the sharper attack of other brands that have normal string tension.
Steinway Upright Piano, Model 1098, 1968 46″ $10,500.00
Steinway Upright Piano, Model 1098, 1982 46.5″ $12,800.00
Steinway Grand Piano, Model M Chippendale, 1968 5′ 7″ $29,800.00
Steinway Ebony Baby Grand Piano, 5′ 1″, Fully Rebuilt Model S, 1949, $45,800.00
We have many more Steinway pianos available. Please feel free to inquire about our current inventory.
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