Baldwin’s Howard model 36″ vertical piano.

Baldwins have long been favorites of piano teachers and have a well-earned reputation for being sturdy, well-built, maintenance-free instruments and the Baldwin spinet piano is by far, the best of its kind.  Many people like the low-profile appearance of the spinet but other manufacturers offer poorly built models to achieve a low price point.  This instrument was designed for the home and the family.  Many are passed down from generation to generation.  The famous Baldwin scale design makes for a clear pretty tenor and treble with a nice sustain.  The bass section is surprisingly gutsy and resonant for the piano’s 36″ height.  Baldwin defines the American sound.  The touch is expressive and has a nice feel.  There is a large music desk with a long sheet music lip so heavy books or long music charts can be accommodated.

Baldwin spinet piano

This piano was built in 1971.  It was purchased new at the iconic King Music here in Albuquerque so it is happily acclimated to our unique climate and won’t have any service issues.  There is minimal wear on the hammers and action parts.  The structural integrity is excellent.  All of the tuning pins are tight.  The cabinetry veneers are in genuine distressed pecan and the finish is satin lacquer.  The styling is Italian Provincial.   The original bench with storage is included.  Baldwin spinet piano  88 Keys Piano Warehouse price – $1250.

Piano rankings from 1991

Baldwin spinet piano

Well-maintained Baldwin spinet piano.