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Yamaha b1

Yamaha b1 Upright Piano

Yamaha b1 Upright Piano Piano Name: Yamaha Website: Yamaha Model: b1 Made in: Indonesia Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation Company Location: Japan Height: 43"
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Steinway 1098

Steinway 1098 Upright Piano

Steinway 1098 Upright Piano Piano Name: Steinway & Sons Website: Steinway Model: 1098 Made in: USA Parent Company: Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc. Company
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Young Chang Y150

Young Chang Y150 Grand Piano

Young Chang Y150 Grand Piano Piano Name: Young Chang Website: Young Chang Model: Y150 Made in: China Parent Company: Young Chang Music Company
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Yamaha C7X

Yamaha C7X Grand Piano

Yamaha C7X Grand Piano Piano Name: Yamaha Website: Yamaha Model: C7X Made in: Japan Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation Company Location: Japan Length: 7'
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Kawai K500

Kawai K500 Upright Piano

Kawai K500 Upright Piano Piano Name: Kawai Website: Kawai Model: K500 Made in: Japan Parent Company: Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Company
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Pearl River GP170

Pearl River GP170 Grand Piano

Pearl River GP170 Grand Piano Piano Name: Pearl River Website: Pearl River Model: GP-170 Made in: China Parent Company: Guangzhou Pearl River Piano
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The Ins and Outs of Piano Moving

The Ins and Outs of Piano Moving

“George… hands”. I was 22 at the time and this seasoned piano mover was a man of few words. When things at the local piano store were slow, they would send me as a swamper, a helping hand to move pianos. Cigarette hanging out of the corner of his mouth, tanned and etched lines in his face, I always found it amusing that he called any young guy “George”. I mean, why bother trying to learn someone’s real name? He would always say it with a smirk pretending as if he didn’t know. If we were delivering to a small ...
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Michael Spreeman - Ravenscroft Piano Interview

Michael Spreeman – Ravenscroft Piano Interview

This month I had the great privilege of interviewing Michael Spreeman, owner and founder of Ravenscroft pianos. They are a new addition to Piano Price Point. You can find their listings of pianos in the manufacturer index. It's always great to hear inside the minds of piano makers and designers - why they do what they do. Hope you enjoy this talk as much as I did. When was the company officially launched? MS: The official date… we opened the Scottsdale Studio in 2004… wow, that was nearly a decade ago. Time flies when you’re having fun as they say ...
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Bechstein and Bluthner

Emerging Giants in the Piano Industry

They appear in every city ~ tall old upright pianos from yesteryear. They seem massive compared to today's standard. In fact, it would be an anomaly to find small pianos that were made before 1930. Why? For 2 reasons: First, the technology of making small piano actions was not widely developed; and second, there seemed to be this idea of making elaborate and spectacular cabinets with grand-like tones. The only way to accomplish that was through the use of long strings and a large soundboard necessitating a taller piano. The wheels of trends move slowly in pianos. From a cosmetic ...
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Steinway Fibonacci Grand Piano

Steinway Fibonacci Grand Piano

In the late 1980’s, I was completing high school and thought it would be interesting to try out the new computer program called “Choices”. Our guidance counsellor had this brand new hot-off-the-press system to help determine ideal career options based on a series of questions. You would sit in this tiny little cubicle and fill in little circles with a dull pencil that marked answers to questions like “Would you rather be in the garden or work on a science experiment?” After what seemed like an eternity the computer card filled with answers was then scanned into the computer and ...
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The Sostenuto Pedal

The Sostenuto Pedal

There has never been said any words in the piano industry that are more divisive than “But does it have a middle pedal?” Why are these words divisive? Because the middle pedal on the piano is the least used and yet most focused on in the piano industry. I’ve often told the story about one of the greatest jazz pianists in my city, when he was just signing the papers to purchase a beautiful grand piano, he stopped and turned to me and said, “Glen, I’ve just got to ask… What does the middle pedal do? I get asked because ...
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