Pre-Owned Pianos

Boston UP-118S

  • Ebony Satin
  • 46.5" Studio
  • Serial #155023
  • 2005
  • bench included
$6,850.00 $11,950.00

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Purchased new in 2005, this Boston, model number UP-118S, was designed by the Steinway & Sons piano company. It is an Ebony satin 46.5" studio upright with a great sound and touch. Initially purchased in Texas, the piano made the move to Michigan with the original owner and is now ready for a new home. It has undergone inspection and reconditioning. The case is in like-new condition, it has been maintained and cared for which shows in the clean interior; it has no cracks or damage to the wood parts, i.e. the soundboard, and bridges, and it has tight pins.

Reconditioning included:

  • Resurfacing the Hammers (which have very little wear)
  • Aligning Hammers to Strings
  • Leveling Keys, Adjusting Key Dip
  • Adjusting Let-off & Backchecks
  • Cleaning the Strings & Soundboard
  • Polishing the Keytops
  • Tightening All Action Screws
  • Tuning & Voicing
  • Case & Parts Cleaning

We guarantee our work with a 2-year mechanical warranty.

Today, a brand new ebony satin Boston UP-118S costs $11,950.00. Here is your chance to own a lovely and affordable pre-owned Steinway designed piano for less than $7000 - what a great piano for the aspiring musician! This will be a great addition to any home or music studio.

Boston Piano History

In 1991 the Steinway & Sons piano company began working with the Kawai piano manufacturer in Japan to build the Boston piano to Steinway specifications. By this arrangement, Steinway can offer their patented technologies as a lower cost to their customers.

Steinway Piano History

Steinway & Sons was established in Manhattan in New York in 1853 by Heinrich Steinweg, a German piano maker who immigrated from Germany in 1850. The company has grown to be one of the most prominent piano manufacturing companies today, has won numerous awards, and is perhaps the most recognized name in the world of pianos today.

Although the piano company is no longer run by Mr. Steinweg's descendants, the piano continues to be manufactured in New York. Today the company has branched out to include the Boston and the Essex pianos which are made in Japan (Boston) and China (Essex).

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