Affordably Priced, Heirloom Quality Steinway
A Great Opportunity to own a pre-owned Steinway 0 for a fraction of the cost of new. A new New York Steinway lists for over 63k. Enjoy and cherish a Piano Built by American Craftsmen built in the “Golden Age” of piano building.
A Well Maintained Instrument
Previous restorations include a new classic satin black finish, strings, hammers and much more! A handrubbed classic American satin finish is in great condition. The hardware has been replated in like new condition. The original ivory keys are in overall good condition. A great playing instrument that will bring years of enjoyment and pride to it’s new owner.
Sophistication and Beautiful Music
This piano included an automated player system using the latest “state of the art” technology, in a easy to use Hard Drive, USB and CD format. The player unit is discreet, low profile and virtually out of sight. Unit includes remote control handset, sample CD library, stereo and USB in-out and is Cat5, recording and midi compatible. With this new player system, you can now enjoy the excitement of live piano music in your home, even if you don’t play the piano! The automated player CD system converts a traditional acoustic grand or upright piano into an innovative and easy-to-use entertainment system.
Advanced and Versatile “State of the Art” Player System
Sit back, relax and watch the keys move on your piano as you enjoy a solo piano performance, or a complete performance with instrumental, orchestral, and even vocal accompaniment. The player system is simple and easy to operate. For example, changing the volume of any performance is as simple as pressing the Low, Medium or Concert controls. Whether for the home, office or public institution, a new player piano system will enrich your musical tastes and bring your party to life!
Steinway Model 0 Facts
Steinway & Sons stopped producing the Model O in 1924, and replaced it with the Model L which was ¼” shorter in length, and ¼” wider. Henry Ziegler (1857 – 1930) designed the Model O, the Model M, and the Model L. The Model O was the first Steinway grand to display the squared-bottom legs that are now a standard feature of all Steinway grand pianos. Although the Model O remained out of production for more than 80 years, it came back into production officially replacing the Model L grand in 2006.