Steinway M Grand Piano Walnut 5’7″ Semi-gloss $13,500 1928 Rebuilt/Refinished Beautiful Grain!

#850: Steinway M Grand Piano Walnut 5’7″ Semi-gloss $13,500 1928 Rebuilt/Refinished Beautiful Grain!

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Beautiful Walnut Grain Steinway M Rebuilt and Refinished made in 1928 during the “Golden Age” of Steinway Manufacturing in this country. All authentic Steinway parts. Original Steinway soundboard, pinblock, case. cast iron plate made in the Steinway NYC Foundry, unlike today where they are not made by Steinway but are farmed out to other foundries to make. Which is one of the reasons why the “Golden Age” Steinways are considered slightly better then those being made today. New Steinway Hammers and shanks were put on about 10 years go when they also put on new pins and strings and dampers and refinished the case. We just freshened up the finish by giving the case a “French Polish” which is several coats of hand applied padding lacquer put over the original finish resulting in a like new appearance and brings out the beautiful walnut grain. We can change the color to an ebony semi-gloss if you prefer for the same price. We also just regulated the action to concert stage performance level so it is very responsive. Has rich Steinway 5’7″ sing, sublime tonal quality and original keys. Warranty. Free LI/NYC delivery, most else continental USA only $475. Nationwide & worldwide shipping call for piece quote. Questions Call 631 475-8046 or e-mail

Sonny Replies to LA Times Article Saying Piano Playing On Decline – Click Here!

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Sonny discusses why purchasing pre-owned pianos is on the rise, is a great investment; has health benefits; is a stress reducer, is good for family relations; easy to play and fun to do. Here is Sonny’s reply to a LA Times syndicated article “PIANO LESSENS IT’S NO LONGER THE CENTER OF THE AMERICAN HOME!” In this article one person says pianos are like black & white TV’s a thing of the past, and a traditional piano teacher says technology makes kids quit piano lessons. Here is Sonny’s reply; Hold on there! Don’t declare the piano dead yet! These numbers only reflect “new” acoustic piano sales. As an online piano specialist I can tell you that the pre-owned piano market has doubled or even tripled during the same time period. Prices have dropped and quality name brand used American pianos have experienced a resurgence through buying and selling on the internet. And even though some American kids may be enamored by hi-tech gadgetry, they are also turning to the internet to learn how to play their pianos and keyboards as an entire new piano teaching industry has popped up there. Additionally many first generation Americans want their children to have the opportunity they missed to own and play the piano and so there is an entirely new pool of piano players emerging. In fact, as the housing and stock markets have become less secure, people are shifting their money into tangibles like pianos. Pre-owned Steinways, Mason & Hamlins, Knabes, Baldwins, Sohmers and others are not only great instruments to play but investment opportunities! I own and operate http://www.Sonny’; an online piano store and interactive piano video website that is dedicated to promoting piano playing and listening enjoyment. The site is loaded with fun, entertaining, educational piano videos, lessons and tips and even has a regular piano and wellness TV Show all of which attract thousands of viewers to the site every month! From this front row seat we are watching this resurgence and I can assure you that people are interested in and fascinated by pianos and are purchasing and playing them with great passion. Another reason for this turn around is that in many cases the teaching and playing styles are changing from a “pursuit of perfection” to a more relaxed, recreational, fun approach. People are playing the piano for the enjoyment and well-being it offers. As I always say at “Everyone Can Play The Piano! Long Live The Piano! Sonny

Read the Original LA Times Article “The piano’s status in U.S. living rooms is declining