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Steinway Pianos
So you are looking to purchase a fine piano which is also a great investment. Let’s look at what a competently restored vintage Steinway is. It is a piano that is beautiful to look at, and a dream to play. It is also a commodity which has had a history of holding it’s value. Let’s...
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Steinway and Mason and Hamlin piano models are designated by letters. Here is a lesson in the nomenclature of Steinway and Mason Pianos. Steinway A 1: This model Steinway was made in the late 1800’s to very early 1900’s. The length of this model is 6ft. 2 in. They are termed hook bridge A’s because...
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At Craftsman Piano we enjoy working on Steinway Concert Grand Pianos. At this moment we have three unique Steinway concert grands. The most unique is a Steinway High Polish Rosewood Centennial Grand Piano from 1876 with a cut out music rack and serpentine legs. This piano has been completely restored with a new sound board,...
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The two best quality American piano manufacturers are Steinway and Mason and Hamlin. Both have distinctive characteristics, but which is a better piano? The answer is that there are advantages to both. Let’s take the models one by one. In determining the price range I will concentrate on the various pianistic characteristics of the pianos...
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When you refer to the three B’s in classical music you are referring to the famous classical composers Beethoven, Bach, and Brahms. At Craftsman Piano we also have the three B’s, referring to the three excellent Steinway B’s that are now for sale at our store. Even though the models are the same the pianos...
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This is a fully restored Steinway Model A 1 Victorian Style Piano with Ice Cream Cone Legs. This piano came out just right. It has beautiful very well modulated tone, big dynamic range, and responsive action. The case and parts are breathtaking. Year: 1896 Color: Walnut Finish: High Polish Size: 6′ 2″ Action Parts: Renner...
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