condition: like new make / manufacturer: Steinway model name / number: Y 358 size / dimensions: 45"X57"X25"
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Feel free to bypass the next sections and drop down to the listing details below. Also, please forgive the water spots on the lens of my camera; my shop is full and it wasn't easy to take these as it is.
Whether or not this is your first time looking for a piano, finding a new (to you) piano is an endeavor that can bring years of joy to your family and yourself and piano's are one of the only household items that are designed to not only last, but continue to function and sound good for longer than we are likely to live.
Just a little friendly advice though, for what it's worth; by the time most of the piano's you see here have gotten here they haven't seen professional service for what might be decades. It will cost you hundreds of dollars to get them in tune, much less 100% functional and delivered. Any piano you get from me will be ready to go with a minimum of fuss and expenditure. Also, it's recommended to have someone like myself inspect a piano before you take it, which I normally charge an $80 service call to do locally. That is another expense you don't have to worry about with my piano's. Pianos are as complicated as automobiles and I assume you wouldn't consider purchasing even a ten-year-old automobile without having someone check it out first. Caveat emptor.
LISTING DETAILS: Gorgeous Red Mahogany (this is by far my favorite color finish) 45" Steinway institutional type (No music desk or spindly legs to break off) Studio Piano in excellent condition with matching padded bench with music compartment was manufactured in the US at the Steinway factory in Long Island City, New York. A full 8 inches taller than spinet piano's; 8 inches in piano's makes a world of difference in tone and dynamics. Bigger is always better in piano's until they get too old at which time those benefits tend to be minimized. Old for piano's is older then you or I are likely to live. I am a Piano tuner and acoustic is always preferable to digital if you really play or expect to.
You would not recognize this piano if you saw it when I first acquired it; I have replaced many of the parts with brand new high quality parts as well as had it refinished. I would charge more for the labor I've put into this piano if done to a customers piano. I have replaced the strings, tuning pins, hammers and much of the felting in the action.
Pianists of any skill level will simply love this piano and it will be a gorgeous addition to some lucky persons home.
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