Instruments

For over 150 years, Steinway has been dedicated to the ideal of making the finest pianos in the world. Whether you are a professional artist, a student, or enthused listener, we hope you enjoy exploring the rich tradition of these beautiful instruments.

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Steinway Pianos
Steinway Pianos

Steinway & Sons pianos are manufactured in Steinway's New York factory to an identical standard of excellence. The models shown are manufactured in New York and are available in different finishes. The finishes described in this section are standard finishes. New York ebonized instruments are hand-processed satin finishes. Other finishes are available upon special request. For further information, please consult an authorized Steinway representative.

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Boston Pianos
Boston Pianos

When you first touch the keys of a Boston piano, be prepared to experience an entirely new sensation. Unexpected power suddenly fills the room. You immediately notice the rich fullness of the sound. The keys respond almost intuitively to your fingers. But, because it was designed to take advantage of the efficiencies of high technology manufacturing, the Boston is also remarkably affordable. It's understandable that no piano in modern history has ever made itself heard so immediately, or so dramatically.

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Essex Pianos
Essex Pianos

In keeping with its belief that the precious gift of music should not be reserved for just a few, Steinway & Sons has expanded its selection of finely crafted instruments and to make Steinway designed pianos available to more consumers. And now, drawing on the Steinway & Sons incomparable experience and highest musical standards, is the latest reflection of Steinway's design and innovation — the Essex piano. Built with a completely new Steinway scale design, the Essex piano is remarkably affordable and sets new performance standards for comparably priced pianos.

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Kohler & Campbell Pianos
Kohler & Campbell Pianos

Charles Kohler and John Calvin Campbell joined forces in New York in 1896 to create the Kohler & Campbell Industries, Inc. Campbell was a machinist who invented several wood and iron making machines and later took up piano making. He partnered with Charles Kohler for only 18 years, until the time of his unexpected death in 1908. John Campbell has been credited with pioneering many manufacturing techniques that instantly created more value for the dollar in Kohler & Campbell pianos.This was and is the cornerstone of Kohler & Campbell pianos…the best value for the dollar.

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Kurzweil Digital Pianos
Kurzweil Digital Pianos

Kurzweil Music Systems was founded in the early eighties by well known scientist/futurist/pundit Ray Kurzweil. The idea for a digital musical instrument grew out of Ray's collaborative efforts with Stevie Wonder to develop a reading machine for the blind. Kurzweil's first instrument, the K250 featured the world's first sampled grand piano and defined high end throughout the eighties. Today Kurweil continues to innovate digital technology with portable pianos for the home user, studio player, student, or pro gigging musician.

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Samick Digital Pianos
Samick Digital Pianos

Samick Digital Pianos are designed to function as a high-performing arranger keyboard incorporating 476 extraordinary orchestral sounds including a high-quality Stereo Grand Piano.

They also have an amazing extensive Style Section (260 styles) covering a broad range – from traditional dance rhythms to modern and contemporary beats and great Latin rhythms. You can use a USB flash drive to record musical data (up to 16-tracks) or play back commercially available Standard MIDI Files (SMF’s).

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