Kawai & Baldwin Pianos

Kawai Pianos, Previously Owned

It’s common knowledge that Kawai pianos are built like a rock. They are recommended by piano technicians because they consistently have higher quality parts and construction than other brands. Koichi Kawai formed his piano company in 1927 to build the world’s finest piano. This focused pursuit of excellence by Kawai is unique in that they build pianos and nothing else. You won’t see the Kawai name on motorcycles and golf carts.

 

Kawai Upright Piano,  Model CE-11,  1990,  43″,  $3,650.00

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Kawai Upright Piano,  Model 503M,  1994,  42″,  $3,950.00

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Kawai Upright Piano,  37″,  Model CP179,  2015,  $3,995.00

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Kawai Upright Piano,  Model 607,  2007,   45″,   $4,850.00

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Kawai Upright Piano,  Model CX-21D,  1990,  48″,  $5,250.00

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Kawai Upright Piano,  Model K-30E,  2000,  48″,  $5,450.00

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Kawai Upright Piano,  Model K2,  2010,  45″,  $5,750.00

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Kawai Baby Grand Piano,  Model GE1,  1995,  5’ 1”,  $7,990.00

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Kawai Baby Grand Piano,  Model GE1,  1996,  5′ 1″,  $8,250.00

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Kawai Grand Piano,  Model RX1,  2001,  5′ 5″,  $13,900.00

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Please feel free to inquire if we have received more Kawai pianos into stock.

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

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Baldwin Upright Piano,  Hamilton Model 246, 1982,  45″,  $3,750.00

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Baldwin Upright Piano, Hamilton Model, 2002  45″  $3,950.00  Ebony polish with burl walnut trim.

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Baldwin Upright Piano, Hamilton Model, 1987  45″  $4,450.00

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Baldwin Upright Piano, Acrosonic Model, 2001  44″  $5,350.00

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Baldwin Baby Grand Piano, Model B1, 1992  4’10”  $5,850.00

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Baldwin Grand Piano, Model R, 1992  5’8″  $14,450.00

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Baldwin Grand Piano, Model 226, 1998  5’8″  $14,500.00

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Baldwin Grand Piano, Model R, 1990  5’8″  $15,300.00

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Baldwin Grand Piano, Model M, 2001  5’2″  $15,300.00

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Please feel free to inquire if more Baldwin pianos have come into stock.

Please contact us for more information if you are interested in acquiring any of the pianos pictured above. We have a wide selection of Steinway pianos, as well as brand new instruments by Hoffman, Bechstein, Bosendorfer, Fazioli, and Yamaha.  A ten-year trade-up warranty is offered on all pianos.

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