Review: The Baldwin BP190 looks and feels like classic American style. Taking a page from their historic lineup, Baldwin does an excellent job at replicating those lines in newer models. The BP190 is no exception. With brass ferrules (at the bottom of the legs) and the cast iron plate color matching models of yesteryear, the cosmetics are wonderful. Tone is clear and bold. It’s fast and responsive, however I found the soft register somewhat more of a challenge to relax into. It feels like the pianissimo level is firmer than what I would associate that level of effort required. With German Abel hammers, the Baldwin sound presents well. ~ Glen Barkman

Piano Name: Baldwin
Website: Baldwin
Model: BP190
Made in: China
Parent Company: Gibson
Company Location: USA
Length: 6′ 3″

History: Dwight Hamilton Baldwin was the founder of Baldwin Piano and Organ Company, one of the largest makers in the USA. Established in 1862. After 140 years, the company was sold to Gibson Guitar Corporation. The BP and B series are made in China at the Dongbei factory while the BA series is made in Indonesia. Marketed in the USA through North American Music.

Dimensions: 6’3″x59″ or 1m 90cm x 147cm

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

Features: Solid Alaska sitka spruce soundboard ~ Hard maple bridge ~ 11 Spruce ribs ~ Maple and hornbeam action parts ~ German Abel hammers ~ Sand cast plate ~ Roeslau wire ~ Steel tuning pins ~ 17 ply maple pinblock ~ Solid spruce individually weighted keys ~ Ebony sharps ~ Multi-laminate birch and spruce keybed ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Nickel plated tuning pins ~ Slow close fallboard ~ 10 year parts & labor warranty

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