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This 1926 Steinway Model M (5'7") was completely rebuilt at our STEINWAY RESTORATION CENTER using 100% genuine STEINWAY & SONS replacement parts. This piano boasts a new custom-built diaphragmatic soundboard, a new STEINWAY acclerated action, a new Hexagrip Pinblock, all new hardware, and much more.Read More
This magnificent 6' 11" (211 cm) grand piano is often referred to by pianists as “the perfect piano.” It is a wonderfully balanced and versatile instrument that does extremely well in homes, teaching studios, and mid-sized venues.Read More
At 5'7", this 1970 Steinway Model M has is the perfect size for a studio or home living room.Read More
Throughout the 1900s, the model L was extremely popular with pianists who enjoyed experiencing the excellence of a Steinway piano in a manageable size. It was also a vital instrument for use in institutional practice rooms and smaller performance venues.Read More
Though smaller than Steinway other models, the Model M (5'7") still retains a sound that richly fills a home or small venue without being overwhelming. This is due to its diaphragmatic soundboard and responsive action that can engage any style of music.Read More
At 5' 7" (170 cm) in length, this piano's rich tone, responsive action and manageable size makes it perfect for conservatories, and many homes as well.Read More
STEINWAY & SONS upright pianos are handcrafted to the highest standard of quality in the same factory as our grands, using the same materials, techniques, conditioning processes, and craftsmen. The result is the world’s finest upright, living up to the STEINWAY & SONS name in every respect.Read More
A piano with enchanting tone and responsiveness in a surprisingly small package. Perfect for smaller environments. Inspired by the designs of famous 18th century craftsmen, the classic simplicity of this piano will enhance a room decorated in any furniture style.Read More
At 5' 1" (155 cm), this piano is the smallest of the Steinway grands. This design was introduced in the 1930s to invite the majesty of the Steinway sound into almost any space.Read More
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