Vintage Steinway Pianos | Art You Can Feel
“The” Grand Piano
Some brand names are legendary.
And Steinway is one of them. When people think of a classic grand piano, the name that comes to mind is almost always ‘Steinway & Sons’ – with good reason. For over 164 years the craftsmanship and elegance of a Steinway piano have made it the preferred instrument of countless famous and accomplished musicians. Well over 90 percent of today’s performing concert pianists choose to perform on Steinway & Sons pianos. Throughout the company’s history, their pianos have remained at the forefront of instrument design and quality. Today, Steinway pianos both vintage and new, continue to represent the finest quality in the piano world.
A Tradition of Quality
Steinway & Sons is rich in the tradition of craftsmanship. Production of the world’s finest pianos is a time-honed process of selecting and properly curing the wood for the rims, soundboards and action assemblies to ensure they stabilize at a specific moisture content. Rims constructed with layers of hard rock maple and sand cast, cast-iron plates are designed and carefully crafted to withstand the tremendous tension exerted by the strings. Pinblocks drilled to exacting standards and actions regulated to playing perfection. The excellent craftsmanship and innovation that has gone into Steinway pianos over their many years in business are truly impressive.
Restoring The Best
Giving New Life
Chupp’s Piano Service, Inc. is proud to specialize in premium piano rebuilding and restorations with a special focus on vintage Steinway & Sons grand pianos. Our restored Steinways have become the preferred choice of professional pianists, universities and concert venues around the world. Our dedication to the art of piano rebuilding is evident in each and every piano we complete. We are experts in the exacting art of piano rebuilding and are ready to assist you in preparing the piano of your dreams.
“A Steinway rebuilt by Chupp’s Piano Service is worthy of the world’s greatest artists and most prestigious stages.”
– Dr. John Mortensen, Steinway Artist
Undergoing RestorationSteinway & Sons Model M Grand Piano #312643 was built in 1942 at the New York Steinway factory. Measuring 5'7" in length, this 'baby' grand piano is currently undergoing restoration. This piano features the original Steinway soundboard, a fully rebuilt action and much more. The cabinet has been expertly refinished in a beautiful satin ebony lacquer. We are currently in the process of rebuilding this vintage instrument - similar piano pictured. Shown with an optional Jansen Artists Bench.
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