Baldwin Consolette Piano

Baldwin Consolette Piano

20th Sep 2021 Comments Off on Baldwin Consolette Piano
Baldwin 41" Consolette Piano Mfg. in 1981  Features a Dark Pecan finish      This spinet style piano has been in Albuquerque its entire life, so it's quite acclimated to our desert climate.  Structurally and aesthetically it"s in excellent condition; there is minimal wear throughout the action,etc.  The case is in a contemporary rustic, western-style [...] Read more ›
Steinway Model K Upright Piano

Steinway Model K Upright Piano

20th Sep 2021 Comments Off on Steinway Model K Upright Piano
Steinway Model K  Upright Piano      This upright piano was manufactured in 1992 and features a Satin Walnut finish with burl inlay. Standing tall at 52" this is Steinway's flagship upright featuring the classic "Steinway Sound"; you know it...the strong, singing treble and powerful bass, rich in harmonics. The dynamic range is wide thus [...] Read more ›
Steinway Model K Upright Piano

Steinway Model K Upright Piano

8th Aug 2021 Comments Off on Steinway Model K Upright Piano
Steinway Model K 54" Upright Piano Searching for that special,  vintage Steinway upright?  Look no further...this beauty in exquisite oil-rubbed  ribbon mahogany was manufactured in 1903 at the Steinway factory located in Long Island, New York.  It was purchased in 1904 at the St. Louis World's Fair by a Mr.  Alexander Campbell Russell, a well-to-do [...] Read more ›
Samick Model SU-108 M Piano

Samick Model SU-108 M Piano

25th Jul 2021 Comments Off on Samick Model SU-108 M Piano
Samick 43" Model SU-108 M Piano. This studio upright was manufactured in 1987 by the Samick Musical Instrument Co Ltd., in Inchon, South Korea - the port city next to the capital Seoul. The case is a striking red oak in modern style, with matching bench, that just glows in the showroom. Without being to [...] Read more ›
Everett Studio Piano

Everett Studio Piano

25th Jul 2021 Comments Off on Everett Studio Piano
Everett 47" Studio Upright Piano This model 21 piano was manufactured 1974. In 1973 Yamaha Intl. Corp. acquired Everett and continued to build Everett vertical pianos in South Haven, Michigan up until it closed the plant in 1986 and moved to Thomaston, GA. Yamaha stopped using the name in 1989. In other words, this is [...] Read more ›

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