Compact apartment piano.
“A good used piano”. That is an apt description of this instrument. It would be ideal for a beginners first, inexpensive piano as they embark on the exciting journey of learning music. We will be happy to take it back on trade for a full reimbursement toward a better piano later when the pianists skills evolve and they have grown out of it. It also has the benefit of its compact size. This piano was built in 1965 though in piano-years it is much younger, having been played sparingly. It has been more of a piece of décor than a working piano. It has lived in Albuquerque for decades so it is happily acclimated to our unique climate and won’t have any service issues. There is minimal wear on the hammers and damper felts plus the other moving action parts, for its age. The structural integrity is excellent, including the soundboard and bridges. All of the tuning pins are tight. It spent a week in our restoration shop and received the normal tuning, minor action regulations and thorough cleaning of the interior. We are happy to offer a two-year warranty. The original matching bench is included. Complimentary local, first-story professional delivery is also included.
The two rattan tone chambers release more tonality.
Built in Elkhart, Indiana.
Janssen Spinet Piano, S# 173553, Mfg. 1965, Scandinavian style, Teakwood finish.
88 Keys Piano Warehouse & Showroom price – only $1250.
The Uber sleek, modern Scandinavian cabinet design of this stylish piano has elements of beauty, simplicity and functionality. It is built from teakwood, a tropical hardwood species of tree that is known for its density, durability and water resistance. This makes it popular with furniture manufacturers, boat construction and the occasional piano builder. Teak is known for its beauty and lovely, warm golden-brown lustrous glow and generally straight grain pattern. It also has a pleasant scent, similar to leather. Teak has a lively appearance in a well-lit New Mexico room and it won’t fade either like other piano finishes will when exposed to natural UV light. We enhanced it with a treatment of teak oil to help preserve its longevity. The simplicity of this oil finish is that it is absorbed into the natural wood, rather than a more complex top-coat finish like lacquer or shellac. Scandinavian furniture design is known to incorporate textiles like fabrics and woven textures. This piano has two rattan-material front panels that allow the sound waves from the bass section of the soundboard to emanate out into the room for a better bass response, rather than be blocked by a solid 3/4-inch wooden panel. These “tone-escapement” vents account for the functionality of its Scandinavian design.
Sleek and compact Scandinavian style.
Excellent starter piano or furniture design piece.
The rattan is in excellent condition.
Hammer felts show minimal wear.
Delivery and in-home is included.
Est. 1901 by B.H. Janssen.
Solid brass Soft and Damper pedals.