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 – Since 1853
Steinway & Sons is rich in the tradition of craftsmanship. Production of the world’s finest pianos is a time-honed process. Carefully selected woods for soundboards and action assemblies are cured 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 built to withstand the tremendous tension exerted by the strings. Pinblocks are drilled to exacting standards and actions regulated to playing perfection. The excellent craftsmanship and innovation that has gone into the construction of Steinway pianos is the reason they have risen to become some of the most desired musical instruments in history.
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 restoration 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 #247097 was built at the New York Steinway Factory in 1926. Measuring 5’7″ in length this wonderful ‘baby grand’ is a living example of historic Steinway quality. This piano is currently undergoing a full restoration. Featuring an expertly refinished cabinet, new keytops, a fully rebuilt action, a new pinblock and a new solid spruce soundboard, this instrument will be a wonderful testament to the true golden era of Steinway piano craftsmanship. Example picture shows what the piano will look like post-restoration in an ebony finish. Pictured with an optional Jansen Artist Bench. [Contact us today for more about this instrument.]
Modern Style Cabinet in Rare Brazilian RosewoodBuilt during the 'golden age' of piano manufacturing, this 1917 Steinway & Sons Model O Grand Piano is one of the most unique and rarest pianos we have ever featured. Featuring a modern Sketch 380 Sheraton cabinet and spade legs, this Model O was originally specially ordered in a figured Brazilian Rosewood. This is the only modern styled New York Steinway in Brazilian Rosewood that we have ever come across. This special Steinway has been expertly restored to ensure it returns to its rightful status as a concert level instrument. Interested in learning more? Get in contact with us today.
Undergoing RestorationSteinway & Sons Model O #178880 was built in 1916 at the New York Steinway Factory. This fine piano is currently undergoing a full restoration. This will include a new spruce soundboard, a new hard maple pinblock, a fully rebuilt action with the finest parts and much more. The cabinet can be refinished in either mahogany or ebony depending on your preference. Photos show what the piano will look like once fully rebuilt in ebony. Pictured with an optional Jansen Artists Bench in genuine leather. Interested in learning more? Get in contact with us today.
Undergoing RestorationUndergoing a full restoration, this Steinway & Sons Model B Grand Piano is a fine example of vintage Steinway Factory quality. Refinished in a rich satin ebony lacquer, Model B #216066 will feature a new solid spruce soundboard, a new custom fitted hard rock maple pinblock, a fully rebuilt action and much more. This instrument will be suitable for any concert pianist, institution or performance venue. Visit us to discover why many consider the vintage Model B to be the 'perfect piano.' Get in contact with us today for additional information about this or any other piano we have in our showroom. Pictured with an optional Artists Bench.
Undergoing RestorationThis Steinway & Sons Model L Grand Piano is a fine example of historic Steinway Factory 'golden era' quality. Steinway & Sons Model L Grand Piano #261967 is currently undergoing a full restoration. This will include restoring the original factory soundboard, restoring the original pinblock, fully rebuilding the action with the finest action parts, refinishing the cabinet with a hand-rubbed ebony finish and much more. This instrument once restored will be suitable for any concert pianist, institution or performance venue. Photos show what the piano will look like once fully rebuilt. Pictured with an optional Jansen Artists Bench in genuine leather. Interested in learning more? Get in contact with us today. This piano has been sold to a client in Alexandria, VA.
Undergoing RestorationCrafted in 1925 at the New York Steinway factory, Steinway & Sons Model B #237578 measures 6'11" in length. This ‘music room grand' piano features a Steinway Factory soundboard and pinblock in phenomenal condition. This piano is currently undergoing a full restoration which will include a fully rebuilt action, a refinished cabinet and so much more. Pictured with the included artist style bench which can be upgraded to a new Jansen artists bench on your request. Contact us today for additional information.
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