2000 Yamaha C-1 Grand Piano #5883869 – Polished Ebony – Like New
Built in 2000, this Yamaha C-1 Grand Piano is in beautiful, like new condition. This piano commemorates the 100th anniversary of the start of Yamaha piano manufacturing and a special brass badge is affixed to the fallboard. Measuring 5’3″ in length, this instrument was built for the U.S. market and was very well taken care of in a home environment. Mechanically and cosmetically, this instrument could be mistaken for a brand new Yamaha Grand. Our piano technicians have expertly prepped this instrument to ensure a wonderful, responsive playing experience. Yamaha C-Series Grand Pianos include a number of premium features including an advanced scale design, a solid spruce soundboard, Yamaha’s balanced action, underfelted hammers, a V-Pro plate, Ivorite keytops and a soft-close fallboard. The patented Humid-A-Seal pinblock and cut thread tuning pins allow for optimum stability, something Yamaha pianos are prized for.
The high-gloss ebony polyester finish has been carefully hand polished to a like new sheen. The case design is modern and clean with round arms and an elegantly beveled lid. The case includes built-in lid and fallboard locks. Spade style legs rest on solid brass casters which match the cabinet’s brass hardware. All combined this piano represents a classic, yet modern look.
This piano features the classic Yamaha quality of tone. With a rich bass section for its size and a brilliant clarity, this piano is pleasant and musical. Thanks to Yamaha’s high quality and action design, the touch is responsive and controllable. Precision engineering coupled with high-level craftsmanship has cemented Yamaha’s reputation as a premium piano maker around the world. The C-Series of premium grand pianos from Yamaha continue to represent the heart of the company’s grands. This instrument includes the original matching bench with spade legs and free local ground floor delivery.
With over forty years of experience, Chupp’s Piano Service specializes in the art of piano restoration and repair. Our piano showroom in Goshen and our Rebuilding Facility in New Paris, IN. offers an uncommonly wide selection of fully restored Steinway & Sons, brand new Kawai, vintage Mason & Hamlin and pre-owned Yamaha pianos for you to play and select from. We are more than happy to open up both of our facilities for private selection appointments to allow you to select the piano that is the right fit for you. Don’t live near our showroom? Don’t worry! We regularly partner with the best piano movers in the industry to ship our pianos across the continent and around the world. Contact us today with any questions you may have.
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Over Four Decades of Expert Piano ServiceFounded in 1975 by Master Piano Technician Dennis Chupp, Chupp's Piano Service, Inc. has been serving the piano needs of the music community around the world for over forty years. Specializing in premium restored Steinway & Sons, new Kawai, vintage Mason & Hamlin and pre-owned Yamaha pianos, Chupp's Piano Service is a full-service piano business.
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The Chupp's Pianos DifferenceA family-owned and operated business, Chupp’s Piano Service, Inc. has the experience and dedication needed to ensure the highest caliber of work. Whether you need your piano tuned, fully rebuilt, or are in the market to purchase your dream instrument, look no further than Chupp’s Pianos. Our premium Steinway Piano Restorations show our commitment to craftsmanship and utilize the best techniques. We are ready to serve your piano needs! For more information contact us today. We are happy to assist!
This Steinway & Sons Model A-III Grand Piano is a beautiful, restored instrument. Measuring 6'4 1/2" in length, this powerful piano has been fully rebuilt by our expert piano technicians.This instrument features a new solid spruce soundboard, a new custom fitted pinblock, a fully rebuilt action with German Renner parts and much more. The piano's action has been fully rebuilt with highest quality parts. Action regulated and concert level tone regulation has been performed for Steinway quality tone and touch. Pictured with an optional Jansen Artist Bench. This piano was recently sold to a local couple.
Steinway Model D Concert Grand Pianos are the standard by which other concert pianos are judged. This very rare and stunningly gorgeous Rosewood Steinway & Sons D #52626 was manufactured in 1884 at the New York Steinway factory. Fully restored, this piano features a new solid spruce soundboard, fully rebuilt action, original ivory keytops and much more. This piano's art case cabinet is in a figured Brazilian Rosewood veneer that is sure to make it a visual and musical centerpiece in any room it is placed in. Measuring just under nine feet in length, this concert grand piano is a fine example of golden era piano craftsmanship. Includes the original matching stool. This piano has been sold.
A beautiful example of Steinway & Sons' legendary craftsmanship, this fully restored Model D Concert Grand Piano possesses all of the qualities expected of a performance level concert grand. Measuring in at just under nine feet in length, this unique piano has undergone a premium rebuilding process. Featuring a Western Red Cedar Soundboard, this instrument was crafted during Steinway's 'golden era' of high quality and innovation. This piano features an incredible sound and a fully regulated, expressive, responsive action. There is a reason that over 90% of concert pianists continue to choose to perform on Steinway instruments. Pictured with an optional Jansen Adjustable Artists Bench. This piano was selected for Cedarville University in Ohio by Steinway Artist Dr. John Mortensen.
This fully restored Steinway & Sons Model D Concert Grand Piano was built in 1932 at the New York Steinway Factory. This exquisite concert level instrument has undergone an exacting rebuilding process. Built during the 'golden age' of Steinway & Sons quality, this instrument is a beautiful example of Steinway's legendary quality. This nine-foot piano shows the reason that over 90% of concert pianists continue to choose Steinway. This piano features an incredible sound and a fully regulated, very responsive action. Pictured with an optional Jansen Artist Bench. [Contact us today to set up a private selection appointment.]
This fully rebuilt Hamburg Steinway & Sons Model D Concert Grand Piano was originally manufactured in 1914. Featuring a stunning and rare Brazilian Rosewood veneer, this concert level instrument is an excellent example of golden age Steinway & Sons factory quality. This instrument was fully rebuilt and restored by Chupp's Piano Service and was sold to a private client.
This Steinway & Sons Model B Grand Piano is in a Louis XV Rococo case style. The art case cabinet is in a gorgeous Circassian walnut with a stunning grain detail. Built during the golden era of Steinway Factory quality, this rare 6'11" instrument has undergone an extensive restoration process. Featuring a stunning art case cabinet, the original Steinway Factory soundboard, reconditioned pinblock and a fully rebuilt action utilizing Genuine Steinway Hammers. The piano's action has been fully regulated and concert level tone regulation has been performed. This piano truly is a work of art both visually and as a world-class musical instrument. This piano has been sold to a private client in Dubai, UAE. Seeking a similar piano? Click here.
Square Grand Pianos are an important part of modern piano development. Square Grands were incredibly popular during the 18th and 19th centuries and a vast number of them were sold. Mechanically different than modern pianos of today, these instruments contributed a number of advancements that are still in use today. Steinway Square #41991 was delivered to a Brooklyn, New York client in 1880. Fully restored and refinished, this rosewood piano is a wonderful living example of an important piece in the development of today's modern instruments. This piano was sold to a client in Georgia. If you are interested in a square grand piano like this, please get in touch with us today.
Built in 1917 at the New York Steinway & Sons Factory, Model A-3 #186423 measures 6'4 1/2" in length. Representing the finest in 'golden era' piano craftsmanship, this 'stretch A' grand piano has been fully rebuilt. The square arm cabinet has been refinished in satin ebony with a flamed mahogany inner rim. Restoration includes a new solid spruce soundboard, new custom fitted pinblock, a fully rebuilt action, a closed pore refinished cabinet and much more. Contact us today for more information on this or any other piano we have in our facility!
Steinway & Sons Model M #211602 was built at the New York Steinway Factory in 1922. Measuring 5'7" in length this 'baby grand' is a living example of historic Steinway quality. This piano is currently undergoing a full restoration. Featuring an expertly refinished ebony cabinet, new keytops, a fully rebuilt action, and a new solid spruce soundboard, this instrument will be a wonderful testament to golden era Steinway craftsmanship. Pictured with an optional Jansen Artist Bench. This piano has been sold to a premier resort in Las Vegas, NV. [Contact us today for more about this instrument.]
In truly like new' condition, this 2015 Yamaha GC-2 Grand Piano is a fine example of the high quality that has made 'Yamaha' synonymous with premier instruments. Measuring 5'8" in length, this GC-Series instrument was very well taken care of in a home environment. Our expert piano techs were very impressed with the condition of this high-level piano. This Yamaha grand could easily be mistaken for a brand new piano! Includes free local ground floor delivery, an installed Dampp Chaser Piano Life Saver System and a matching bench. [Get in touch with us regarding this piano by clicking here.]