Sporting a dark mahogany, high-polished cabinet, this 52" Kawai is an eye-catcher! It is very attractive, yet not overstated, with fairly simple lines. Designed to be both sturdy and appealing, there are no front legs to break off.
Here's an interesting piano fact. When a piano is tuned to A-440 (standard pitch), the instrument is under 20 tons of pressure. The 6 large support posts on this piano will help keep it stable when all of the strings are pulled up to pitch.
Built in 1980, this "like new" professional upright features a large music rack that will accommodate plenty of your favorite music. The key cover (fallboard) has a lock on it for those times when you would prefer to keep the neighbor kids off the piano. The matching, padded bench is adjustable and works great if you have both tall and short pianists who will be using the piano. The middle pedal is a mute pedal that softens the tone when you want to play the piano at night while the kids are sleeping.
Another perk: this piano has a Dampp-Chaser system installed. Also called a Piano Life Saver System, it constantly monitors the humidity level within the piano and will add or reduce humidity as necessary, to keep your piano from any potential humidity extremes.
Both inside and out, this piano is exceptionally clean. You could spend over $15K for a new 52" professional upright in black.
It isn't every day you run across a piano like this. Please give us a call at 1-800-950-3774 and we will answer any of your questions.