What are the dimensions of a Kawai baby grand piano?
|Size||Length||5”2″ (157 cm)|
|Width||59″ (150 cm)|
|Height||40″ (102 cm)|
|Weight||661 lbs. (300 kg)|
|Touch||White Key Surfaces||Acrylic|
Is Shigeru Kawai a good piano?
So, if it’s a brand-new piano you’re after, then you should certainly pay close attention to the Shigeru Kawai. The Shigeru Kawai offers superb value for money considering the size and quality of the instruments.
What is the smallest baby grand piano?
Baby Grand. At 5′ 1″ (155 cm), this piano is the smallest of the Steinway grands.
How do I tell how old my Kawai piano is?
The serial number identifies the year an instrument was manufactured and is the key to all future warranty service and repair (if needed). Its location varies depending on the type of instrument.
Do pianos age well?
Pianos do not get better with age. The action has a zillion moving parts that wear out, the hammers wear out, the dampers wear out and don’t work right. The pin blocks get loose and/or crack, the sound boards crack, lose their crown and compress. The strings get old, corroded and dead sounding.
Is Kawai or Steinway better?
However, in absolute terms, comparing Kawai-branded pianos to the similar-size Steinways, Steinways are usually made better with better materials, and they usually sound better. Kawai pianos offer a warmer, fuller quality of tone when compared to a normal piano built by Yamaha.
Does Steinway own Kawai?
Steinway & Sons contracted with Kawai Musical Instruments in Japan to build pianos under the Boston name. As of the time of this article, they continue to be the OEM for all Boston pianos. Kawai was and continues to be a strong competitor to Steinway around the world.