Yamaha, model M-500QA, 44” Queen Anne Studio Console

PIANO: Yamaha, model M-500QA, 44” Studio Console/Bench, serial # T191659

Finish:  Queen Anne Cherry.

Description:  Yamaha Pianos, made in Japan, are very well designed instruments and present a very good value in today’s market.  This Bill Faber designed studio console was made for modern home market.  This piano was built in the Thomaston, GA. factory in the Spring of 1995.  This piano, designed to provide studio upright performance in a high end designer cabinet,  was purchased new by a executive family in Clifton Park. This model featured the most popular cabinet style of M-500 series for its design that was inspired by fine English furniture designs of Sheraton and others. This Yamaha piano is built better than its newer Yamaha cousins now manufactured in the factory in Indonesia or China.  Most used Japanese pianos available are ‘grey market’ instruments that are made for the Pacific Rim market and not seasoned for North America.  But this piano is made for North America and its wood is seasoned for our climate – insuring its durability.  Comes with custom made glass to protect the top!

This is a high performance studio console that is highly desired due to warm, expressive tone and action at an unbeatable price. A rare find!!  Virtually unplayed!

Yamaha, model M-304, 43.5” Console

PIANO: Yamaha, model M-304, 43.5” Console & Bench, serial # U177117

 Finish:     Satin Walnut Finish.                  

Description:  Yamaha Pianos, made in Japan, are very well designed instruments and present a very good value in today’s market.  This Bill Faber designed console was mad for the home market.  This piano was built in the South Haven, MI. factory in the Spring of 1985.  This piano was purchased new by an older woman from Cambridge, NY who played lightly.  This Yamaha piano is built better than its newer Yamaha cousins now manufactured in the factory in Indonesia or China.  Most used Japanese pianos available are ‘grey market’ instruments that are made for the Pacific Rim market and not seasoned for North America.  But this piano is made for North America and its wood is seasoned for our climate – insuring its durability.  This is a high performance console that is highly desired due to warm, expressive tone and action at an unbeatable price.

KAWAI, 803-T, 43½” Console Piano

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PIANOKAWAI,  803-T, 43½” Console Piano & Matching Bench,  serial # 1673732

Finish:   Traditional Walnut Finish

 Description:  Kawai is one of the famous Japanese Piano builders who specialize in fine craftmanship and a warm rich tone in their pianos.  Favored by conservatories and teachers around the world,  Kawai has created their reputation based on their deep understanding of European piano building and partnerships with famous makers like Ibach and now Steinway.  Kawai builds the Boston Pianos for Steinway and this endorsement should say enough about their quality of manufacture.  Built in the Hamamatsu factory in the late Summer of 1986,  this piano was purchased new by a local executive family. This piano wasnot used hardly at all because the lady who played developed hand problems in the first year of ownership.   The comparable new model is the 607 series which is made in Indonesia. This is a real find at nearly half of its price new – for Japanese Kawai quality which is not available today. This piano is truly incredible for such a high performance piano in a beautiful designer Traditional Walnut Cabinet with Grand Style Lid!!

KAWAI, 602F, 43½” French Provincial Console Piano

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PIANOKAWAI,  602F, 43½” Console Piano & Bench,  serial # A27083

Finish:   French Provincial Cherry Satin Finish

Description:  Kawai is one of the famous Japanese Piano builders who specialize in fine craftmanship and a warm rich tone in their pianos.  Favored by conservatories and teachers around the world,  Kawai has created their reputation based on their deep understanding of European piano building and partnerships with famous makers like Ibach and now Steinway.  Kawai builds the Boston Pianos for Steinway and this endorsement should say enough about their quality of manufacture.  This piano was manufactured in the Lincolnton, NC factory in August 1991 from Hilton Piano and has been played lightly.  This piano is in immaculate showroom condition and has a huge bass and comes with its original papers. 

This piano is a real find at nearly half of its price new.

Yamaha, model M-500CM, 44” Studio Console/Bench, serial # T267417

PIANO: Yamaha, model M-500CM, 44” Studio Console/Bench, serial # T267417

 Finish:  American Oak Country Manor.

Description:  Yamaha Pianos, made in Japan, are very well designed instruments and present a very good value in today’s market.  This Bill Faber designed studio console was made for the upscale home market.  This piano was built in the Thomaston, GA. factory in the Summer of 2002.  This piano, designed to provide studio upright performance in a high end designer cabinet,  was purchased new by a husband for his wife. This model was selected because it is from the upper line of high designer cabinets and has many fine furniture features like one piece doweled legs. This piano came to us as product of a divorce.   This Yamaha piano is built better than its newer Yamaha cousins now manufactured in the factory in Indonesia or China.  Most used Japanese pianos available are ‘grey market’ instruments that are made for the Pacific Rim market and not seasoned for North America.  But this piano is made for North America and its wood is seasoned for our climate – insuring its durability.  This is a high performance studio console that is highly desired due to warm, expressive tone and action at an unbeatable price. A rare find!!  Virtually unplayed!