How to Select Your Steinway Piano

To begin, it is important to understand that no two Steinway pianos are alike. As individuals, we each have special characteristics that appeal to others. Each Steinway has its special Characteristics too. Since 1853, Steinway & Sons has hand-crafted every … 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

Rebuilt or Reconditioned Pianos

Many used or vintage pianos for sale may have been previously rebuilt, refinished, or reconditioned. Other used pianos you may find may need rebuilding or restoration to some degree. There are many piano rebuilders and restoration shops that do excellent … Read

Used Pianos

It may seem difficult, initially, to find used Steinway pianos that are for sale. We have found, however, that if you know where to look, the number of used pianos available is enormous, and that there really is as great … Read

New vs. Used

Probably nine to ten times as many used pianos as new ones change hands each year. While there are no exact figures available because of difficulties in tracking used and private party sales, this figure is based on some fairly … Read

Different Piano “Sounds”

Even though any one piano maker may offer many different models of pianos ranging from spinets to concert grands, there often seems to be a certain quality, or “family resemblance”, among all the products of one brand, especially with regards … Read

The Key Factors to Consider When Buying a Piano

There are several points to consider when looking for a quality instrument. Most musicians are concerned, naturally, about the tone, or sound quality of the piano. Also high on the list for most pianists is touch, or how the piano … Read