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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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Optimizing Piano Acoustics At Home

Optimizing Piano Acoustics At Home

“Just place the piano up against the wall”. It’s a common statement told to piano movers. But why should a piano be against a wall in the first place? Aside from the fact that the back of an upright piano is rather unsightly, let’s consider the placement of the piano. Although the perceived sound appears to emanate from everywhere on a piano, the predominant tone source is the soundboard – the large sheet of wood that amplifies the vibration from the strings. Piano strings make little sound by themselves without transferring the tone to the soundboard. If you think about ...
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Steinway grand piano

The Sale of Steinway

From its inception in 1853, Henry Steinway had 2 goals – make pianos that produce beautiful music and build a successful company. The former is done through innovation and craftsmanship. The latter is a result of sales and marketing. With success (as in the case of Steinway and Sons) comes change. Procedures are multiplied and streamlined, while efficiency and productivity are examined. In the early years, Steinway manufactured 1000 pianos per year or roughly 80 per month. Within 7 years (1860), those numbers doubled. By 1900, Steinway was producing three and a half times the amount of pianos they originally ...
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Interview with Norbert Abel - Abel Hammer

Interview with Norbert Abel – Abel Hammer

Behind the scenes in the piano business it's a very small world. You won't last but 10 minutes before you hear something about Abel hammers. Hammer heads - the felt that strikes the strings on a piano are in my mind the most critical foundation of tone. Abel is world reknown specializing in hammer manufacturing. It was my pleasure to meet Norbert Abel last month and have him shed some light on the piano hammer making proccess. Every time I interview someone I learn something new about the piano trade. Although I've been in the business for just over 20 ...
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Making the Perfect Piano Black

Making the Perfect Piano Black

Have you ever heard someone describe an object as being “jet black”? Jet is derived from the French word “jaiet”, a process that dates back to the 1300’s where lignite (a type of coal) was polished to a deep sheen. It was referenced as the benchmark for black as early as the 1700’s. But jet black has been overtaken by “piano black” as the example for the deepest, darkest, smoothest finish of comparison. In recent decades, with the advancement of technology and engineering, piano finishes have been perfected and there is now an association with “modern piano” as being black ...
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Baldwin decal under piano strings

Baldwin Piano Then And Now

If you live in North America, you'll surely be aware that Baldwin is a household name. In fact, my first job involving pianos was in the local Baldwin dealership. They have been around since 1862 and were at one point the largest piano manufacturer in North America. At the NAMM trade show this year, I caught up with Tom Dorn (pictured on the right) as I was curious how Baldwin has changed over the last few years knowing that they had been sold to Gibson Guitar Corporation in 2001 and in 2008, moved manufacturing to China. But I was equally ...
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