pre-owned inventory

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.

Pearl River GP 142

This fantastic Pearl River Grand Piano from 2002 has only had one owner and has been well cared for. For a 4’7” piano it packs quite a punch with a big sound that far exceeds other instruments in its size and weight-class. Pearl River is currently the World’s Best-Selling piano manufactures in their Guangzhou piano factory which is the largest in the world. Their pianos incorporate many elements learned from their time manufacturing pianos for Yamaha including a smooth/well balanced action and a sound with great clarity that sparkles. Come in and experience it for yourself today.

  Samick SIG-50 Baby Grand

This beautiful Polished Ebony 4’11½” Grand Piano from 1990 will easily become the highlight of any room in your house. With Scale Design by German piano designer Klaus Fenner this piano combines the best of Korean manufacturing precision with European craftmanship. It is this combination of quality and features including an all spruce surface tension soundboard, Roslau music wire and all maple action parts that give this piano it’s solid feel and the well-balanced sound. Come in and see this prime example of why Samick become one of the worlds largest instrument makers by the end of the 20th Century.