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There are many, some would say too many, mid-century pianos out there. I remember them when they were new. A lot of them are high quality, but many of them suffered from post-war manufacturing degradation, ie: accountants took preference to engineers. At this time, there was still a lot of experienced piano builders around. These pianos are usually nice wood cabinets and have a warmer sound than new pianos. A better brand, in good condition is a viable alternative for a decent piano at a good price. They must always be inspected by an experienced technician, and expect about $500 to $1000.00 worth of expenses getting it into shape.
We have a selection of good quality mid-century pianos in good condition at fair prices