What Makes a Steinway Upright Piano Different?
Steinway pianos are truly musical treasures. Properly restored, a Steinway upright piano grows more valued with time and becomes an integral part of your life and home.
Steinway is often what comes to mind when people think of the classic piano. For more than 150 years, Steinway has been the preferred instrument of those who know pianos. From piano teachers to famous musicians, Steinway is the piano of choice.
Over 90% of concert pianists perform on a Steinway
It is no accident accomplished musicians choose Steinway. The company is known for its craftsmanship and designs pianos that are essentially made by hand. Steinway pianos feature more than 12,000 individual parts, none of which are synthetic. Keys are balanced, hammers are hardened or softened, and the sound that is produced from a Steinway is as near to perfect as it can be.
The construction of a Steinway upright starts with selecting and curing the piano’s wood to ensure proper moisture content. The piano’s rims are constructed with layers of hard rock maple and cast-iron plates that are designed to withstand the tension exerted by the strings. Steinways are suitable for beginning students, but stand up to professional use.
Restoring a Steinway Upright
Restoring a Steinway upright is no easy task. We put the same attention to detail and care into restoring pianos as Steinway does when building their pianos. We understand how special a Steinway piano is and we know what it will bring to your home. Our goal is to provide you with a quality instrument that brings music and beauty into your life.
If investing in a classic piano is the right option for you, we can help. We restore Steinway and Sons upright pianos, so you can get the instrument you want at an affordable price. If you have dreamed of owning a new piano, but the price tag makes that impossible, our selection of Steinway pianos puts it back within reach.
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