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SEARCH NEW PIANOS BY PRICE (MSRP)

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) are prices established by each company, presented in $USD. The MSRP is the “List Price” of a piano. This is not the sale price of the piano but rather, the highest price the piano will be listed at. Often, stores may discount pianos heavily and so it is a good idea to shop locally to find what price a piano may be purchased for. By clicking on any of the price points below, you’ll be able to see all of the piano models available in that particular price range.


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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

This compilation of articles is comprised of interviews and facts about how pianos are made. The interviews go direct to the source of piano manufacturers and parts makers. There are articles also written that help describe how pianos function. It is our intention at Piano Price Point to bring about education and deliver an accurate representation of the truth in the piano business.

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 ...
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Steingraeber grand piano

Latest Cosmetic Trends in Pianos

To prove artistry and craftsmanship in the late 1800’s, pianos were intricately and ornately carved. As the Victorian era ended and we were ushered into the 20th century, many of the older piano legs were swapped for simplistic ones to stay ‘modern’. The advent of both world wars saw an era where mainstream piano cabinets became simple and plain and if you wanted something a little special you ordered an “art case” piano. Fast forward ...
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Kayserburg piano action

Kayserburg Piano – Pearl River’s new Flagship

Carte blanche literally translated means “blank card”, a canvas ready for creation. But it also denotes “blank cheque”, signed with no numerical value yet filled in. Such was the case for famed piano engineer Stephan Mohler and designer Lothar Thomma when asked by Pearl River to build a line of pianos with no holds barred. They were given creative and financial freedom to produce pianos similar to their heritage in Europe – having worked for ...
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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 ...
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Del Fandrich

Interview with Piano Designer Del Fandrich

When you short list prominent piano designers in North America, you will always run into Del Fandrich. His career has spanned nearly 5 decades and has been a contributor in companies such as Baldwin, Charles Walter and most recently Young Chang. Years ago he worked his way up from (as he calls it) 'grunt work' to concert technician. Most noteworthy is his experimentation and implementation of floating soundboards. Although there are numerous topics we could've ...
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Piano Hammer Felt

Weickert Felt for Hammers

Is he a spy? No. Is he famous? No. But this one man’s company has single-handedly infiltrated most of the major names of pianos in the world. 200,000 pianos per year to be exact! Who is he? Jack Brand. Haven’t heard of him? I hadn’t either until the interview with Del Fandrich a few months back. After some preliminary investigating, I found out that Jack Brand owns a company in Canada called Brand Felt. So ...
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SEARCH NEW PIANOS BY BRAND

If you’re looking for the lineup of current models from a particular brand, simply click on the corresponding logo below. These brands represent the largest contingency of manufacturers in the world. Each piano maker has a different signature in methods of piano making and subsequently each brand offers something different musically. Combined, they represent hundreds of thousands of pianos made annually.

SEARCH NEW PIANOS BY SIZE

There are 4 common sizes of upright pianos and 6 categories of grand sizes available. For a detailed description of each size, click on the desired size of piano. Upright pianos are qualified by height and grand pianos are measured by length. Assuming that most pianos have 88 standard-sized keys, piano width is similar. Depth of upright pianos range from 21″ to 27″ (52cm-67cm).

WALK AROUND VIDEOS

Seeing is believing. A brochure picture only shows one angle of a piano. These short videos clips are intended to capture what pianos looks like from all angles as if you were walking around them. Source: National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show. To view the piano video, simply click on the desired image.