Pre-Owned Pianos


  • Cherry Satin
  • 43" Console
  • Serial #89789
  • 2005
  • bench included

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These pianos were built in 2005 in China by the same company that manufactured the Breitmann piano on our showroom floor. It is in good, playable condition and is a great entry level piano for the aspiring musician!

This cherry satin Krakauer 43" console has been inspected and will receive an all-points regulation and tuning. The traditional console case is made to go into a home setting and has a matching bench.

All of our preowned pianos undergo our reconditioning process which includes:

  • Hammer Resurfacing
  • Aligning Hammers to Strings
  • Tightening Action Screws
  • Leveling Keys
  • Adjusting Key Dip
  • Adjusting Let-off and Backchecks
  • Cleaning the Strings
  • Polishing Keytops
  • Cleaning Both Inside & Out
  • Adjusting the Pedals
  • Tuning
  • Cleaning the Case as needed

The Krakauer piano is no longer made today, however a new piano of this size and quality costs around $6000.

All reconditioned pianos come with a 2-year mechanical warranty.

Krakauer Piano History

The original Krakauer piano is another American made instrument that began in New York in 1896 by Simon Krakauer and son David. Later joined by a Julius Krakauer, it was located in New York City until 1977, when Howard Graves purchased the company and relocated to Ohio. By 1980, the Kimball company bought the rights to the name, however by 1996 the company closed its doors.

In the early 2000's, it was common for many of the old piano names to be produced once more by Chinese manufacturers, and the popularity of the piano grew exponentially in China. Also, the Chinese imported instrument became less costly then the American made piano. At this time, the Krakauer piano was produced by the same company that produced the Breitmann piano. Today, however, the Krakauer piano is no longer produced.

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