Grand Pianos

The Best of Acoustic Tradition. The Height of Modern Tech.

If you need convincing that technology and tradition can coexist, take a seat at a Roland Digital Grand. This luxurious instrument offers every type of player a sublime grand piano experience, fusing advanced technology and authentic playing feel with classic grand piano cabinet design. Be inspired by an instrument that combines the latest sound engine with a brand-new keyboard mechanism, enhanced multi-channel speaker system and a variety of digital advantages – along with stunning sounds that will spark great performances for years to come.

GP607

A Mini Grand Piano That Sparks Creativity and Complements Your Living Space

A.GEYER Pianos

A.GEYER Pianos have been continuously evolving since 1877. It is the astute choice for discerning pianists and music lovers. In a rapidly changing world it is important to explore new opportunities. We at A. GEYER pianos have always known what it takes to make a classic instrument, and our values will not change.

150cm (l), 152cm (w), 101cm (h), 350kg

This exceptional Baby Grand plays and sounds like a much larger model, with a fantastic full sounding bass for such a small piano.

  • With 7¼ octave compass (88 keys)
  • Three pedals
  • German scaling and design
  • Only 4ft 11ins long
  • Slow-close fall board system
  • Brass or chrome fittings
  • White, Mahogany or Walnut polish

SEILER Flügal und Pianos

Every genuine Seiler piano embodies the know-how and experience of four generations of the highly developed art of piano making. Since 1849, the goal has been to achieve perfection. Seiler grand and upright pianos are far more than just top quality instruments. They are all unique and masterly works of art. As a result, Seiler has earned its worldwide reputation as being the industry benchmark through its impeccable craftsmanship, quality, and precision.

Johannes Seiler GS-150S

Wm. Knabe and Co.

Knabe’s rich history began more than 200 years ago when Wilhelm (William) Knabe was born in Kreuzburg, Germany in 1803. Knabe learned the art of cabinet and piano making through apprenticeships, dedication and hard work. After immigrating to the United States and settling in Baltimore, Maryland, Knabe began working under Henry Hartye, a well-known piano maker. In 1835, William formed his own business of buying, selling and repairing used pianos from inside his home.

Academy Series WG 660

Baltimore Series WG 54

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