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This Queen Ann style 43" Oak console was built in 1999 and includes a working PianoDisc player system of that era and matching bench. During this time, the piano was manufactured by Young Chang for the Mason & Hamlin/PianoDisc Player System company.
This piano has had very little use, and the player system is working with the option of floppy discs (some are included) or it can have a CD player connected to the unit for use of CD's. It has been inspected and reconditioned which included:
We back our work with a 2-year mechanical warranty.
New, this piano with a player system included would cost upwards of $10,000. Today, you can purchase this very good preowned instrument for less than 1/2 the price. You can also upgrade the player system to the latest technology for an additional cost. This piano will bring many hours of enjoyment!
Wm. Knabe & Company began manufacturing pianos in Baltimore, MD in 1839. His establishment grew until in 1908 it merged with Chickering and Foster Armstrong, two other large piano makers at the time. The Knabe company won many awards for their square grands and prided themselves in their high standards and handcrafted pianos. In 1932 Knabe once again merged with the Aeolian piano company, who continued to make the piano until 1981.
By the 1990's, the Knabe name was owned by the Mason & Hamlin company who began working with the Young Chang Piano factory in Korea to manufacture this line of instruments for home use. They installed the PianoDisc on several of their pianos, as the owners of Mason & Hamlin were also the owners of the PianoDisc Player System.
Today the the piano is a subsidiary of the Samick Music Corporation, who continue to produce pianos under the Knabe name.
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