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Albert Weber AW275
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Albert Weber AW275 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Albert Weber
Website: Weber
Model: AW275
Made in: Korea
Parent Company: Young Chang Music
Company Location: Korea
MSRP: $119,570US
Length: 9' 0"

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History: Established in 1852 by Albert Weber in New York. The company became part of Young Chang in 1986 and in 2006 was purchased by Hyundai Development Company. American designer Del Fandrich has redesigned both Young Chang and Weber lines. Presently Young Chang has divided the line of pianos into three parts: Weber, Weber Sovereign and Albert Weber collections. AW is part of the Albert Weber series built in Korea.

Dimensions: 9'0"x60" or 2m 75cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Solid spruce soundboard ~ Renner action ~ German Adolf bass strings ~ Beech pinblock ~ Agraffe construction ~ Abel hammers ~ Soft glide fallboard ~ Sand cast iron plate ~ German Roeslau wire ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $119,570

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Bluthner 6 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Blüthner
Website: Blüthner
Model: 6
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Julius Blüthner Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $101,364US
Length: 6' 3"

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History: Julius Bluthner established the Bluthner piano factory in 1853. Although he died in 1910, his 3 sons took over the company. During World War II, the factory was completely decimated and was rebuilt under national control of East Germany. By 1990, the Bluthner family resumed control and built new facilities just outside Leipzig in 1997.

Dimensions: 6'3"x60" or 1m 90cm x 152cm

Available Finishes: Satin and Polished Ebony, Walnut, Mahogany, Cherry, White, Bubinga, Yew, Rosewood, Macassar, Burl Walnut or Camphor, Saxony Polished Pyramid Mahogany. Also available in President, Louis XVI, Nicolas II, Louis XIV Rococo, Alexandra and Julius Bluthner styles.

Features: Solid spruce soundboard ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Renner action ~ Abel hammers ~ Aliquot strings ~ Beech rims ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Practice mute pedal ~ Polyester finish ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $101,364 - $156,878 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Bluthner 4 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Blüthner
Website: Blüthner
Model: 4
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Julius Blüthner Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $120,222US
Length: 6' 10"

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History: Julius Bluthner established the Bluthner piano factory in 1853. Although he died in 1910, his 3 sons took over the company. During World War II, the factory was completely decimated and was rebuilt under national control of East Germany. By 1990, the Bluthner family resumed control and built new facilities just outside Leipzig in 1997.

Dimensions: 6'10"x61" or 2m 20cm x 154cm

Available Finishes: Satin and Polished Ebony, Walnut, Mahogany, Cherry, White, Bubinga, Yew, Rosewood, Macassar, Burl Walnut or Camphor, Saxony Polished Pyramid Mahogany. Also available in President, Louis XVI, Nicolas II, Louis XIV Rococo, Alexandra and Julius Bluthner styles.

Features: Solid spruce soundboard ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Renner action ~ Abel hammers ~ Aliquot strings ~ Beech rims ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Practice mute pedal ~ Polyester finish ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $120,222 - $186,064 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Bluthner 2 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Blüthner
Website: Blüthner
Model: 2
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Julius Blüthner Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $134,369US
Length: 7' 8"

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History: Julius Bluthner established the Bluthner piano factory in 1853. Although he died in 1910, his 3 sons took over the company. During World War II, the factory was completely decimated and was rebuilt under national control of East Germany. By 1990, the Bluthner family resumed control and built new facilities just outside Leipzig in 1997.

Dimensions: 6'10"x61" or 2m 20cm x 154cm

Available Finishes: Satin and Polished Ebony, Walnut, Mahogany, Cherry, White, Bubinga, Yew, Rosewood, Macassar, Burl Walnut or Camphor, Saxony Polished Pyramid Mahogany. Also available in President, Louis XVI, Nicolas II, Louis XIV Rococo, Alexandra, Julius Bluthner and Queen Victoria Jubille styles.

Features: Solid spruce soundboard ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Renner action ~ Abel hammers ~ Aliquot strings ~ Beech rims ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Practice mute pedal ~ Polyester finish ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $134,369 - $207,959 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Bosendorfer 155 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bösendorfer
Website: Bösendorfer
Model: 155
Made in: Austria
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $105,299US
Length: 5' 1"

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Model 155 Facts

History: Ignaz Bösendorfer established his company in 1828 when he registered his business in Vienna as a piano maker. By 1859, upon his passing, Ludwig Bösendorfer furthered the company moving into larger facilities. A century later having undergone ownership changes, the company resided in the hands of Kimball Piano Company. Finally in 2008, Yamaha Corporation purchased the company. Pianos are still made in Austria and Yamaha states that they have no plans of changing production or manufacturing methods.

Dimensions: 5'1"x59" or 1m 55cm x 151cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, White or Other Colors. Polished, Satin or Open Pore Walnut, Cherry, Mahogany, Bubinga, Pyramic Mahogany, Santos Rosewood, Burl Walnut, Birdseye Maple, Macassar, Madrona, Vavona, Wenge, Amboyna. Also available with Chrome.

Features: Austrian high altitude solid spruce pre-crowned soundboard ~ Maple & red beech pinblock with walnut veneer top ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ High tension independant capo bar construction ~ Solid red beech and spruce rim pieced together ~ Hand wound single looped strings ~ Hand-notched bridges ~ Renner underfelted "orange" hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $105,299 - $141,799 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Bosendorfer 170 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bösendorfer
Website: Bösendorfer
Model: 170
Made in: Austria
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $112,499US
Length: 5' 8"

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Model 170 Facts

History: Ignaz Bösendorfer established his company in 1828 when he registered his business in Vienna as a piano maker. By 1859, upon his passing, Ludwig Bösendorfer furthered the company moving into larger facilities. A century later having undergone ownership changes, the company resided in the hands of Kimball Piano Company. Finally in 2008, Yamaha Corporation purchased the company. Pianos are still made in Austria and Yamaha states that they have no plans of changing production or manufacturing methods.

Dimensions: 5'8"x59" or 1m 70cm x 151cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, White or Other Colors, Special Veneers. Available in styles of Chrome, Strauss, Schubert, Liszt, Senator, Baroque, Chopin, Vienna and Artisan

Features: Austrian high altitude solid spruce pre-crowned soundboard ~ Maple & red beech pinblock with walnut veneer top ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ High tension independant capo bar construction ~ Solid red beech and spruce rim pieced together ~ Hand wound single looped strings ~ Hand-notched bridges ~ Renner underfelted "orange" hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $112,499 - $271,149 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Bosendorfer 185CS Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bösendorfer
Website: Bösendorfer
Model: 185CS
Made in: Austria
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $106,249US
Length: 6' 1"

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Model 185CS Facts

History: Ignaz Bösendorfer established his company in 1828 when he registered his business in Vienna as a piano maker. By 1859, upon his passing, Ludwig Bösendorfer furthered the company moving into larger facilities. A century later having undergone ownership changes, the company resided in the hands of Kimball Piano Company. Finally in 2008, Yamaha Corporation purchased the company. Pianos are still made in Austria and Yamaha states that they have no plans of changing production or manufacturing methods. The Conservatory Series (ending with CS) are the simpler, more competitively priced models.

Dimensions: 6'1"x59" or 1m 85cm x 151cm

Available Finishes: Satin Ebony

Features: Austrian high altitude solid spruce pre-crowned soundboard ~ Maple & red beech pinblock with walnut veneer top ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ High tension independant capo bar construction ~ Solid red beech and spruce rim pieced together ~ Hand wound single looped strings ~ Hand-notched bridges ~ Renner underfelted "orange" hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $106,249

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Bosendorfer 185 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bösendorfer
Website: Bösendorfer
Model: 185
Made in: Austria
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $119,199US
Length: 6' 1"

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History: Ignaz Bösendorfer established his company in 1828 when he registered his business in Vienna as a piano maker. By 1859, upon his passing, Ludwig Bösendorfer furthered the company moving into larger facilities. A century later having undergone ownership changes, the company resided in the hands of Kimball Piano Company. Finally in 2008, Yamaha Corporation purchased the company. Pianos are still made in Austria and Yamaha states that they have no plans of changing production or manufacturing methods.

Dimensions: 5'8"x59" or 1m 70cm x 151cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, White or Other Colors, Special Veneers. Available in styles of Chrome, Strauss, Schubert, Liszt, Senator, Baroque, Chopin, Vienna and Artisan

Features: Austrian high altitude solid spruce pre-crowned soundboard ~ Maple & red beech pinblock with walnut veneer top ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ High tension independant capo bar construction ~ Solid red beech and spruce rim pieced together ~ Hand wound single looped strings ~ Hand-notched bridges ~ Renner underfelted "orange" hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $119,199 - $279,549 depending on finish and cabinetry

Bosendorfer 200CS
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Bosendorfer 200CS Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bösendorfer
Website: Bösendorfer
Model: 200CS
Made in: Austria
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $110,699US
Length: 6' 7"

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Model 200CS Facts

History: Ignaz Bösendorfer established his company in 1828 when he registered his business in Vienna as a piano maker. By 1859, upon his passing, Ludwig Bösendorfer furthered the company moving into larger facilities. A century later having undergone ownership changes, the company resided in the hands of Kimball Piano Company. Finally in 2008, Yamaha Corporation purchased the company. Pianos are still made in Austria and Yamaha states that they have no plans of changing production or manufacturing methods. The Conservatory Series (ending with CS) are the simpler, more competitively priced models.

Dimensions: 6'7"x59" or 2m 0cm x 151cm

Available Finishes: Satin Ebony

Features: Austrian high altitude solid spruce pre-crowned soundboard ~ Maple & red beech pinblock with walnut veneer top ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ High tension independant capo bar construction ~ Solid red beech and spruce rim pieced together ~ Hand wound single looped strings ~ Hand-notched bridges ~ Renner underfelted "orange" hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $110,699

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Bosendorfer 200 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bösendorfer
Website: Bösendorfer
Model: 200
Made in: Austria
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $128,799US
Length: 6' 7"

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Model 200 Facts

History: Ignaz Bösendorfer established his company in 1828 when he registered his business in Vienna as a piano maker. By 1859, upon his passing, Ludwig Bösendorfer furthered the company moving into larger facilities. A century later having undergone ownership changes, the company resided in the hands of Kimball Piano Company. Finally in 2008, Yamaha Corporation purchased the company. Pianos are still made in Austria and Yamaha states that they have no plans of changing production or manufacturing methods.

Dimensions: 6'7"x59" or 2m 0cm x 151cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, White or Other Colors, Special Veneers. Available in styles of Chrome, Edge, Strauss, Klimt, Schubert, Liszt, Senator, Baroque, Chopin, Vienna and Artisan

Features: Austrian high altitude solid spruce pre-crowned soundboard ~ Maple & red beech pinblock with walnut veneer top ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ High tension independant capo bar construction ~ Solid red beech and spruce rim pieced together ~ Hand wound single looped strings ~ Hand-notched bridges ~ Renner underfelted "orange" hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $128,799 - $304,999 depending on finish and cabinetry

Bosendorfer 214CS
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Bosendorfer 214CS Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bösendorfer
Website: Bösendorfer
Model: 214CS
Made in: Austria
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $117,999US
Length: 7' 0"

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History: Ignaz Bösendorfer established his company in 1828 when he registered his business in Vienna as a piano maker. By 1859, upon his passing, Ludwig Bösendorfer furthered the company moving into larger facilities. A century later having undergone ownership changes, the company resided in the hands of Kimball Piano Company. Finally in 2008, Yamaha Corporation purchased the company. Pianos are still made in Austria and Yamaha states that they have no plans of changing production or manufacturing methods. The Conservatory Series (ending with CS) are the simpler, more competitively priced models.

Dimensions: 6'7"x59" or 2m 0cm x 151cm

Available Finishes: Satin Ebony

Features: Austrian high altitude solid spruce pre-crowned soundboard ~ Maple & red beech pinblock with walnut veneer top ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ High tension independant capo bar construction ~ Solid red beech and spruce rim pieced together ~ Hand wound single looped strings ~ Hand-notched bridges ~ Renner underfelted "orange" hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $117,999

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Brodmann AS275 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Brodmann
Website: Brodmann
Model: AS-275
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Joseph Brodmann Piano Group
Company Location: Vienna
MSRP: $107,475US
Length: 9' 0"

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Model AS228 Facts

History: Joseph Brodmann was a piano maker in the early 1800's employing the young apprentice Ignaz Bösendorfer. Bösendorfer took over Brodmann's production in 1828. But in 2004, two former Bösendorfer executives re-established the Brodmann name and formed the Joseph Brodmann Group in Vienna. The Professional Edition (models marked PE) are designed in Vienna and built in China with many imported parts. The Conservatory Edition (CE) pianos are built in China with local materials with Japanese hammers while the Artist Series (AS) is constructed in China then shipped to Germany for some installations and finishing.

Dimensions: 9'0"x62" or 2m 75cm x 159cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Canadian Bolduc solid spruce soundboard ~ German Renner action ~ Canadian Bolduc 5 ply pinblock ~ Maple and mahogany 18 ply rim ~ German Renner or Abel hammers ~ German Roeslau strings ~ German Kluge keyboard ~ Duplex scale ~ Maple laminated bridges with solid maple cap ~ Solid spruce keys ~ Solid spruce keybed with hardwood sides ~ Solid spruce beams ~ Slow close fallboard ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $107,475

C. Bechstein L167
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C. Bechstein L167 Grand Piano

Piano Name: C.Bechstein
Website: C. Bechstein
Model: L167
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: C.Bechstein Pianoforte Fabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $112,400US
Length: 5' 6"

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History: Established in 1853, Carl Bechstein began manufacturing pianos under his own name in Berlin. The company persisted through two world wars, many economic challenges, and has emerged as one of the more significant piano manufacturers in history. Today Bechstein operates under the lines of C. Bechstein (premier line), Bechstein Academy (which simply have Bechstein label), W.Hoffmann and has established Bechstein Europe (operating under the Bohemia name).

Dimensions: 5'6"x60" or 1m 67cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry. Polished White or Other Exotic Woods

Features: Traditional sand cast plate ~ European solid spruce untapered soundboard ~ Renner style parts ~ Bechstein's "Gold" line action (parts made Renner in Germany) ~ Solid beech bridges with beech cap ~ Maple hammer shanks ~ Mahogany moldings ~ Abel or Renner hammers ~ Solid wood laminate beam construction ~ Hand rubbed finish ~ 5 Year warranty

Price range: $112,400 - $141,800 depending on finish and cabinetry

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C. Bechstein MP192 Grand Piano

Piano Name: C.Bechstein
Website: C. Bechstein
Model: MP192
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: C.Bechstein Pianoforte Fabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $132,000US
Length: 6' 4"

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Model M/P192 Facts

History: Established in 1853, Carl Bechstein began manufacturing pianos under his own name in Berlin. The company persisted through two world wars, many economic challenges, and has emerged as one of the more significant piano manufacturers in history. Today Bechstein operates under the lines of C. Bechstein (premier line), Bechstein Academy (which simply have Bechstein label), W.Hoffmann and has established Bechstein Europe (operating under the Bohemia name).

Dimensions: 6'4"x60" or 1m 92cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry. Polished White or Other Exotic Woods. Also available in Classic or Chippendale styles.

Features: Traditional sand cast plate ~ European solid spruce untapered soundboard ~ Renner style parts ~ Bechstein's "Gold" line action (parts made by Renner in Germany) ~ Solid beech bridges with beech cap ~ Maple hammer shanks ~ Mahogany moldings ~ Abel or Renner hammers ~ Solid wood laminate beam construction ~ Hand rubbed finish ~ 5 Year warranty

Price range: $132,000 - $154,000 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Estonia L274 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Estonia
Website: Estonia
Model: L-274
Made in: Estonia
Parent Company: Estonia Klaverivabrik
Company Location: Estonia
MSRP: $121,060US
Length: 9' 0"

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History: In the country of Estonia, the Estonia Piano Company has its roots in the late 1800's when Mr.Ernst Hiis-Ihse hand-made a piano that became the prototype for manufacturing. Post WWII, however the piano struggled under the communist regime. With Estonian independance in 1991, the employees purchased the factory and rights from the government. Today Dr. Inrek Laul has complete ownership and has brought this national company to an international level.

Dimensions: 9'0"x62" or 2m 74cm x 158cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut or White, Polished Pyramid Mahogany

Features: Baltic wood rim ~ Spruce beams ~ German solid spruce soundboard ~ 17 Spruce ribs ~ German pinblock ~ Red beech and maple vertically laminated bridges hand notched ~ European sand cast plate ~ German wire ~ Estonian made bass strings ~ Renner action ~ Renner blue hammers ~ German Kluge keyboards ~ German or English felts ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $121,060 - $137,385 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Fazioli F156 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Fazioli
Website: Fazioli
Model: F156
Made in: Italy
Parent Company: Fazioli Pianoforti
Company Location: Italy
MSRP: $128,000US
Length: 5' 2"

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History: Despite being a relatively newcomer to the stage having established his company in 1981, Paolo Fazioli has nonetheless become a competition to the high end piano market. Located just northeast of Venice, Italy, this family run business offers a full line of hand crafted grand pianos.

Dimensions: 5'2"x60" or 1m 56cm x 149cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Other Veneers. Styles come in: Amboina, Chiocciola, Fairmont, M. Liminal, Macassar, Malachite, Marco Polo, Royal, Silver, Strauss, Walnut California Brier

Features: Val de Fiemme Italian alps quarter sawn soundboard ~ Laminated maple rim ~ Radial spruce beam frame ~ Red spruce ribs ~ Traditional sand cast frame ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Renner action ~ Kluge keyboard ~ Adjustable capo d'astro bar ~ Maple and mahogany hand notched bridges ~ Double duplex scale design ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $128,000 for Ebony. All other styles, prices on request.

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Fazioli F183 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Fazioli
Website: Fazioli
Model: F183
Made in: Italy
Parent Company: Fazioli Pianoforti
Company Location: Italy
MSRP: $128,000US
Length: 6' 0"

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History: Despite being a relatively newcomer to the stage having established his company in 1981, Paolo Fazioli has nonetheless become a competition to the high end piano market. Located just northeast of Venice, Italy, this family run business offers a full line of hand crafted grand pianos.

Dimensions: 6'0"x60" or 1m 83cm x 152cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Other Veneers. Styles come in: Amboina, Chiocciola, Fairmont, M. Liminal, Macassar, Malachite, Marco Polo, Royal, Silver, Strauss, Walnut California Brier

Features: Val de Fiemme Italian alps quarter sawn soundboard ~ Laminated maple rim ~ Radial spruce beam frame ~ Red spruce ribs ~ Traditional sand cast frame ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Renner action ~ Kluge keyboard ~ Adjustable capo d'astro bar ~ Maple and mahogany hand notched bridges ~ Double duplex scale design ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $128,000 for Ebony. All other styles, prices on request.

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Grotrian Charis Grand Piano

Piano Name: Grotrian
Website: Grotrian
Model: Charis
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Grotrian Piano Company
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $104,007US
Length: 6' 10"

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History: In 1835, Friedrich Grotrian established a partnership with Theodor Steinweg (also known in America as Steinway). Friedrich's son Wilhelm Grotrian purchased shares when Theodor left to help run Steinway in New York. Known as Grotrian-Steinweg (or simply Grotrian in North America), the company still operates as a family run enterprise (6th generation) in Braunschweig, Germany.

Dimensions: 6'10"x63" or 2m 08cm x 153cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Polished Walnut or White, Open Walnut.

Features: Radial frame - 5 beams ~ 14 Spruce ribs ~ Strunz mountain solid spruce soundboard ~ Delignit laminated beech pinblocks ~ Abel hammers ~ Renner action ~ Strunz soundboard ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ Vertically laminated beech bridges with maple cap ~ Roeslau strings ~ Grotrian bass strings ~ "Ivoplast" keytops ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 5 Year warranty

Price range: $104,007 - $114,174 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Grotrian Concert Grand Piano

Piano Name: Grotrian
Website: Grotrian
Model: Concert
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Grotrian Piano Company
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $122,487US
Length: 7' 4"

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History: In 1835, Friedrich Grotrian established a partnership with Theodor Steinweg (also known in America as Steinway). Friedrich's son Wilhelm Grotrian purchased shares when Theodor left to help run Steinway in New York. Known as Grotrian-Steinweg (or simply Grotrian in North America), the company still operates as a family run enterprise (6th generation) in Braunschweig, Germany.

Dimensions: 7'4"x63" or 2m 25cm x 153cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Open Pore Walnut

Features: Radial frame - 5 beams ~ 15 Spruce ribs ~ Strunz mountain solid spruce soundboard ~ Delignit laminated beech pinblocks ~ Abel hammers ~ Renner action ~ Strunz soundboard ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ Vertically laminated beech bridges with maple cap ~ Roeslau strings ~ Grotrian bass strings ~ "Ivoplast" keytops ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 5 Year warranty

Price range: $122,487 - $137,403 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Knabe WKG90 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Knabe
Website: Knabe
Model: WKG-90
Made in: Korea
Parent Company: Samick Music Corp.
Company Location: Korea
MSRP: $118,125US
Length: 9' 0"

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History: William Knabe established his company in Baltimore, USA in the year 1839 and remained in the family until 1906. As a well established name, the Knabe company became part of larger conglomerates until finally residing in the hands of Samick Music Corporation in the year 2000 where it has become the flagship brand for SMC. As of 2011, Knabe grands have been divided into 3 levels: Baltimore (WG models), Academy (WMG models) and Concert (WKG models).

Dimensions: 9'1"x62" or 2m 76cm x 159cm

Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony

Features: Assymetrically tapered solid spruce soundboard ~ 16 Ply maple pinblock ~ Roeslau wire ~ German wool hammers ~ Renner action ~ Maple and oak rim ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Balanced and weighted keys ~ Duplex scale ~ Vertically laminated hard rock maple bridges with cantilevered bass ~ Hardwood beams ~ Solid brass hardware ~ German tuning pins ~ Spruce ribs notched to the inner liner ~ Slow close fallboard ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $118,125 - $120,625 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Mason & Hamlin CC-94 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Mason & Hamlin
Website: Mason & Hamlin
Model: CC-94
Made in: USA
Parent Company: Mason & Hamlin Piano Co.
Company Location: USA
MSRP: $120,334US
Length: 9' 4"

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History: Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin established their reed organ company in the year 1854. By 1883, Mason & Hamlin started manufacturing pianos. After undergoing many ownership changes spanning more than a century, the piano company has finally resided in the hands of Burgett brothers who have advanced the company into the 21st century incorporating computer controlled machinery with age old piano building techniques.

Dimensions: 9'4"x64" or 2m 84cm x 163cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony or Macassar Ebony, Polished Bubinga or Pyramid Mahogany, Satin Mahogany, Walnut or Rosewood.

Features: Tapered solid white spruce soundboard ~ Unique "Crown Retention" System ~ Wessell, Nickel & Gross nylon action ~ 7 Layer quarter sawn pinblock ~ 18 ply rim construction ~ Sugar pine pre-crowned ribs ~ 3.5" Rim construction ~ Renner hammers ~ Square brass tube action rail filled with maple ~ Chrome tuning pins ~ Maple bridges ~ Traditional sand cast full-perimeter plate ~ Aliquot design ~ 12 Year warranty

Price range: $120,334 - $146,637 depending on finish and cabinetry

Petrof 210 Pasat
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Piano Name: Petrof
Website: Petrof
Model: 210 Pasat
Made in: Czech Republic
Parent Company: Petrof
Company Location: Czech Republic
MSRP: $109,126US
Length: 6' 10"

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History: Antonin Petrof built his first grand piano in 1864 after traveling to Vienna in 1857 to learn piano manufacturing. After World War II, the company and property were confiscated under nationalization but in 1990, Jan Petrof took over the company with the return of democracy and privatization. 2004 marked the year when 5th generation Zuzana Ceralová-Petrofová became president. Today the company continues to expand and build pianos from the Czech Republic.

Dimensions: 6'3"x60" or 2m 10cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: European mountain solid spruce soundboard ~ Spruce ribs ~ Laminated spruce keys ~ 3 Spruce beams ~ Swedish Polyplex keytops ~ Multiplex pinblock ~ Solid beech bridges, treble has ebony cap ~ Duplex agraffe design ~ Petrof action (Renner or Magnetic option) ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Hornbeam action parts ~ Traditional cast iron plate CNC finished ~ Spruce and beech laminated keybed ~ Mapes wire ~ Degen copper Adolf bass strings ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $109,126

Pramberger JP280E
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Pramberger JP280E Grand Piano

Piano Name: Pramberger
Website: Pramberger
Model: JP-280E
Made in: Indonesia
Parent Company: Samick Music Corp.
Company Location: Korea
MSRP: $118,125US
Length: 9' 4"

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History: In 1958, Joseph Pramberger started working for Steinway & Sons where he was a design and project engineer, later as VP of manufacturing. In 1987 he started his own company (Pramberger Piano Ltd.) and Young Chang hired him 8 years later in 1995 to redesign their line of pianos. After passing away in 2003, the estate of Mr. Pramberger signed on with Samick. Presently, Young Chang still owns the previous design rights but the name is owned by Samick.

Dimensions: 9'4"x61" or 2m 80cm x 152cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: German underfelted hammers, T-wired ~ Brass hardware ~ Agraffe construction ~ All maple action with wooden action rail ~ 18 ply maple pinblock ~ Traditional sand cast iron plate ~ Maple keys balanced and weighted ~ Bolduc solid spruce soundboard ~ White spruce ribs notched to inner rim ~ Birdseye maple inner rim ~ Vertically laminated maple/mahogany tunneled bridges with cantilevered bass ~ German Roeslau strings ~ Nickel plated tuning pins ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ Laminated hardwood beams ~ Warranty: 10 year limited

Price range: $118,125

Sauter 220
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Sauter 220 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Sauter
Website: Sauter
Model: 220 Omega
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Carl Sauter Pianofortemanufaktur
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $118,980US
Length: 7' 3"

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History: Established in 1819, the company has it's roots from Johann Grimm, apprentice of famous Streicher Piano Company. Upon Grimm's passing, the company was left to Carl Sauter. This began a lineage of Sauters: Johann, Carl II, Hans and now sixth generation Ulrich Sauter oversees operations of Sauter Pianofortemanufaktur in Germany.

Dimensions: 7'3"x61" or 2m 20cm x 152cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Pyramid Mahogany, Burled Walnut or Satin Wood Veneers. Comes in styles of Omega, Peter Maly and Peter Maly with Crystals

Features: Bavarian solid spruce soundboards ~ Beech pinblocks ~ Renner actions ~ Sauter keys ~ Sauter bass strings ~ Steel reinforced keybed ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ 5 Year Warranty

Price range: $118,980 - $132,625 depending on finish and cabinetry

Schimmel K230
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Schimmel K230 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Schimmel
Website: Schimmel
Model: K230
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Wilhelm Schimmel Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $124,750US
Length: 7' 7"

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History: In 1882, Wilhelm Schimmel learned piano making at the Vogel & Sohn factory in Leipzig, Germany. Now 4th generation Hannes Schimmel-Vogel directs the family business of Schimmel Pianofortefabrik. The Schimmel line is divided into 4 distinct levels: The upper level "Konzert" is the latest design utilizing computer enhanced concepts and scale. "Classic" is the traditional line. "International" is assembled in Germany but contains many outsourced parts from around the world while "Wilhelm Schimmel" is Schimmel designed and built in Poland. Models are marked K,C,I and W respectively.

Dimensions: 7'7"x60" or 2m 30cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Bavarian high altitude solid spruce soundboard ~ Triplex system ~ Mineral keytops ~ Ebony sharps ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Mass reduced flexible bridge ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Nickel plated steel tuning pins ~ Agraffe design ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $124,750

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Schimmel K256 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Schimmel
Website: Schimmel
Model: K256
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Wilhelm Schimmel Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $129,750US
Length: 8' 4"

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History: In 1882, Wilhelm Schimmel learned piano making at the Vogel & Sohn factory in Leipzig, Germany. Now 4th generation Hannes Schimmel-Vogel directs the family business of Schimmel Pianofortefabrik. The Schimmel line is divided into 4 distinct levels: The upper level "Konzert" is the latest design utilizing computer enhanced concepts and scale. "Classic" is the traditional line. "International" is assembled in Germany but contains many outsourced parts from around the world while "Wilhelm Schimmel" is Schimmel designed and built in Poland. Models are marked K,C,I and W respectively.

Dimensions: 8'4"x60" or 2m 56cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Bavarian high altitude solid spruce soundboard ~ Triplex system ~ Mineral keytops ~ Ebony sharps ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Mass reduced flexible bridge ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Nickel plated steel tuning pins ~ Agraffe design ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $129,750

Seiler SE168
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Seiler SE168 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Seiler
Website: Seiler
Model: SE168
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Samick Musical Instrument Mfg
Company Location: Korea
MSRP: $101,563US
Length: 5' 6"

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History: Eduard Seiler established Seiler Pianos in 1849. By 1923, Anton Seiler-Dütz expands the company to be the largest piano manufacturer in East Germany. After WWII, the company was eventually moved to Kitzingen, Germany where it resides today. In 2008, it was purchased by Samick. Today, Samick continues manufacturing of Seiler in Germany(SE models) but also builds more cost effective clones from Indonesia marked ED in limited models. Introduced in 2013 is the Johannes Seiler series (GS models - see Johannes Seiler) with new design and scale meant as entry level Seiler pianos manufactured in Indonesia.

Dimensions: 5'6"x59" or 1m 68cm x 147cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony or Mahogany

Features: Nickel plated cut thread German rod steel tuning pins ~ German Abel “T” Wired hammers ~ Renner action with hornbeam rail ~ Solid spruce Membrator system soundboard ~ White spruce ribs, pre-curved and notched to inner rim

Price range: $101,563 - $114,063 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Seiler SE186 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Seiler
Website: Seiler
Model: SE186
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Samick Musical Instrument Mfg
Company Location: Korea
MSRP: $109,375US
Length: 6' 2"

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History: Eduard Seiler established Seiler Pianos in 1849. By 1923, Anton Seiler-Dütz expands the company to be the largest piano manufacturer in East Germany. After WWII, the company was eventually moved to Kitzingen, Germany where it resides today. In 2008, it was purchased by Samick. Today, Samick continues manufacturing of Seiler in Germany(SE models) but also builds more cost effective clones from Indonesia marked ED in limited models. Introduced in 2013 is the Johannes Seiler series (GS models - see Johannes Seiler) with new design and scale meant as entry level Seiler pianos manufactured in Indonesia.

Dimensions: 6'2"x60" or 1m 68cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Rosewood,Cherry. Available in styles of Virtuoso,Maestro,Ziricote,Louvre and Florenz

Features: Nickel plated cut thread German rod steel tuning pins ~ German Abel “T” Wired hammers ~ Renner action with hornbeam rail ~ Solid spruce Membrator system soundboard ~ White spruce ribs, pre-curved and notched to inner rim

Price range: $109,375 - $173,438 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Seiler SE208 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Seiler
Website: Seiler
Model: SE208
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Samick Musical Instrument Mfg
Company Location: Korea
MSRP: $121,875US
Length: 6' 10"

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History: Eduard Seiler established Seiler Pianos in 1849. By 1923, Anton Seiler-Dütz expands the company to be the largest piano manufacturer in East Germany. After WWII, the company was eventually moved to Kitzingen, Germany where it resides today. In 2008, it was purchased by Samick. Today, Samick continues manufacturing of Seiler in Germany(SE models) but also builds more cost effective clones from Indonesia marked ED in limited models. Introduced in 2013 is the Johannes Seiler series (GS models - see Johannes Seiler) with new design and scale meant as entry level Seiler pianos manufactured in Indonesia.

Dimensions: 6'10"x60" or 2m 08cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Nickel plated cut thread German rod steel tuning pins ~ German Abel “T” Wired hammers ~ Renner action with hornbeam rail ~ Solid spruce Membrator system soundboard ~ White spruce ribs, pre-curved and notched to inner rim

Price range: $156,250

Steingraeber & Sohne B192
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Piano Name: Steingraeber & Söhne
Website: Steingraeber & Söhne
Model: B192
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Steingraeber & Söhne Klaviermanufaktur
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $117,017US
Length: 6'3"

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History: Steingraeber & Söhne began building pianos in the 1820’s in Thuringia. Second generation, Eduard Steingraeber moved to Bayreuth in 1852 where they are still located today. In 1980, sixth generation Udo Schmidt-Steingraeber becomes manager of Steingraeber which is still run as a family-enterprise.

Dimensions: 6'3"x60"or 1m 92cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony, Walnut or Sapele. Various other veneers. Also comes in the Studio style (models ending with S)

Features: Traditional cast iron frame ~ Drilled capo bar ~ Renner action ~ Sympathetically vibrating second soundboard ~ "Tuned" soundboard ~ Natural materials and glues ~ White keytops from cattle bone ~ Spruce and beech keybed ~ Individually weighted keys ~ Steingraeber hammers ~ Bavarian spruce soundboard ~ Chromatic hammer shanks ~ Hardened pressure bars and bridge pins ~ Magnetic action option (SFM) ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $117,017 - $135,917 depending on finish and cabinetry

Steingraeber & Sohne C212
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Steingraeber & Sohne C212 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Steingraeber & Söhne
Website: Steingraeber & Söhne
Model: C212
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Steingraeber & Söhne Klaviermanufaktur
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $128,598US
Length: 7' 0"

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History: Steingraeber & Söhne began building pianos in the 1820’s in Thuringia. Second generation, Eduard Steingraeber moved to Bayreuth in 1852 where they are still located today. In 1980, sixth generation Udo Schmidt-Steingraeber becomes manager of Steingraeber which is still run as a family-enterprise.

Dimensions: 7'0"x60"or 2m 12cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony, Walnut or Sapele. Various other veneers. Also comes in styles of Classicism (ending with K) and Studio (ending with S)

Features: Traditional cast iron frame ~ Drilled capo bar ~ Renner action ~ Sympathetically vibrating second soundboard ~ "Tuned" soundboard ~ Natural materials and glues ~ White keytops from cattle bone ~ Spruce and beech keybed ~ Individually weighted keys ~ Steingraeber hammers ~ Bavarian spruce soundboard ~ Chromatic hammer shanks ~ Hardened pressure bars and bridge pins ~ Magnetic action option (SFM) ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $128,598 - $149,441 depending on finish and cabinetry

Yamaha CF4
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Yamaha CF4 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Yamaha
Website: Yamaha
Model: CF4
Made in: Japan
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $105,599US
Length: 6' 3"

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History: In 1887 a watchmaker by the name of Torakusu Yamaha founded Japan's first reed organ company. By 1899 he traveled to the USA to learn how to build pianos and started making grand and upright pianos under the name Nippon Gakki meaning "Japanese Musical Instrument". These humble beginnings have developed into a multinational manufacturing operation with sales into the billions annually, a work force of nearly 20,000 and product lines ranging from motors to electronics to musical instruments.

Dimensions: 6'3"x59.5" or 1m 91cm x 151cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: European solid spruce soundboard and ribs ~ Vertically laminated bridges with boxwood cap ~ Aluminum alloy action rails ~ Yamaha balanced action ~ Tone collector ~ Duplex scale ~ Solid spruce keys with hardwood buttons ~ Yamaha designed hammers with T-fasteners ~ Reinforced keyframe pin with adjustable guide ~ Humid-A-Seal pinblock ~ Ivorite keytops with WPC sharps ~ Hand-wound bass strings ~ Hardwood reinforced keyframe ~ Cut thread tuning pins ~ Solid brass casters ~ Vacuum Shield Mold Process (V-Pro) plate ~ Seasoned for destination ~ Soft close fallboard ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ 10 year warranty

Price range: $105,599

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Yamaha CF6 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Yamaha
Website: Yamaha
Model: CF6
Made in: Japan
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $119,999US
Length: 7' 0"

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History: In 1887 a watchmaker by the name of Torakusu Yamaha founded Japan's first reed organ company. By 1899 he traveled to the USA to learn how to build pianos and started making grand and upright pianos under the name Nippon Gakki meaning "Japanese Musical Instrument". These humble beginnings have developed into a multinational manufacturing operation with sales into the billions annually, a work force of nearly 20,000 and product lines ranging from motors to electronics to musical instruments.

Dimensions: 7'0"x62.5" or 2m 12cm x 159cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: European solid spruce soundboard and ribs ~ Vertically laminated bridges with boxwood cap ~ Aluminum alloy action rails ~ Yamaha balanced action ~ Tone collector ~ Duplex scale ~ Solid spruce keys with hardwood buttons ~ Yamaha designed hammers with T-fasteners ~ Reinforced keyframe pin with adjustable guide ~ Humid-A-Seal pinblock ~ Ivorite keytops with WPC sharps ~ Hand-wound bass strings ~ Hardwood reinforced keyframe ~ Cut thread tuning pins ~ Solid brass casters ~ Vacuum Shield Mold Process (V-Pro) plate ~ Seasoned for destination ~ Soft close fallboard ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ 10 year warranty

Price range: $119,999

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