WM. Knabe “Touch Reproducing” Roll Player Piano
An Audible Connection to a Monumental Legacy
Built by Knabe, ca. 1930 on special order, this instrument has pride of place at the intersection of several incredible stories and figures in music history. In addition to its functionality as a fine conventional piano, it contains a fully operational, original-state pneumatic player system.
The Ampico-B player in this instrument was an engineering marvel of its time, able to faithfully reproduce never-before-achieved nuances in touch and pedaling, exactly as executed by the performer. Some of the 1,000 player rolls available with this instrument were recorded by George Gershwin himself on this very piano; it is one of the largest collections of Ampico rolls in the world.
Encasing this history, prestige, and tonal beauty, is a Louis XV style cabinet in near-perfect condition.
The Yamaha G1 is a classic staple of Grand Pianos. At 5′, this instrument is a perfect choice for a player who wants a detailed and articulate tone without taking up their entire house with a larger piano.With a Light Satin Walnut cabinetry and matching bench, the piano is sure to look as stellar as it sounds. If you’re wanting a piano with a more responsive action and crystal clear tone, look no further!
While polished ebony remains the obvious, classic choice in many buyers’ minds, this 5’7 grand will win you over with its elegant, understated satin finish. With Yamaha’s characteristically brilliant, clear sound and comfortably-regulated action, this piano will bring exuberant inspiration your playing – and is in excellent shape!
Petrof Concert Grand
Petrof pianos are some of the most revered pianos from Europe. The Petrof family has been building pianos in what is now the Czech Republic since 1864. This particular grand is in a high gloss ebony finish. At 6’4″, this piano will project its beautiful tone to fill any room from parlors to concert halls. This piano even carries the distinction of being signed by one of the Petrof family members right on the plate!
Chickering and Sons Upright Piano
From the unique burled wood design throughout the piano to the gold name inset on the fallboard, this circa 1940 piano is a classic. Chickering and Sons was the first piano maufacturer in America. Established in Boston in 1823, Chickering soon became one of the largest and most successful piano manufacturers of all time. With a clean tone and nice touch, come to see and play this gorgeous piano for yourself!
Story and Clark Upright Piano
Story and Clark Piano Company dates back to 1857 in Chicago, Ill. This well-maintained piano boasts of reinforced hammers, and a Storytone Mahogany sounding board which protects against dampness affecting the tone of the piano. This Story and Clark is a good piano for a great value!
Baldwin Acrosonic Console Piano
The Baldwin Acrosonic piano was the top selling piano in the world for many years because of it’s dependability, playability, price point, and beautiful tone. This piano embodies all of those traits that made the Acrosonic’s popularity last for so long. Standing at a shorter 36″ inches in height (as compared to the 40″ height of our other pre-owned uprights), this Baldwin model has retro design to it, while still playing as if it were a new piano.