The Prestige and Exclusivity of a Steinway Piano

Since 1853, Steinway & Sons has been handcrafting high-quality pianos that are a favored choice of concert halls, theaters, and schools around the world. Though it commands 98 percent of the concert venue market, this market segment does not drive … Read

Steinway Model D – Made of Wood, Glue and Metal

The wood that is transformed into a Steinway model D is of several different kinds, each with its own characteristics and purposes. Yellow poplar, which is soft and relatively cheap, is used as the “core wood” of such fiat, tablelike … Read

Steinway Grand Piano Guide and Industry Sizes

What size Steinway Piano is best for you? Find out piano sizes for Steinway model A, model B, model C, model D, model L, Model M, model O, model S.   Steinway Model S Grand Piano Length: 5′ 1” Width: … Read

How Should I Choose a Used Piano Dealer?

This section deals with how to choose a dealer for your used piano needs. We encourage you to find a dealer with an in-house restoration facility — one that you can actually see, by the way — not a mythical … Read

How Much is My Piano Worth?

Get it appraised. It’s really the only way, unless you know what you’d like to get for it, regardless of its actual market value. It is an impossibility to begin to discuss even a “ballpark” range for most used pianos … Read

Steinway Pianos

Steinway is the priciest of the U.S.-made pianos, and the best-known, and considered by many to be the highest quality, despite miscellaneous and sundry quality control problems in recent years. Steinway is still considered by most pianists, musicians, and the … Read