Here is a beautiful piano that is perfect for a church.
This Everett "Chapel" studio piano is designed with plenty of style and lots of sound! It features two sound louvers in the front panel that allows the music to flow out freely from the inside of the cabinet. If you want even more sound, you can prop the lid open.
What makes good sound? Well, they say Sitka spruce is some of the best wood for pianos and (as you can tell from the "brand" on the soundboard) this soundboard is made from solid Sitka spruce!
If you want comfort, you will love this bench! Yes, it is quite cushy. It opens up for music storage and is solid is a rock. You would have to get creative to hurt this bench (it doesn't have any wimpy legs to snap off).
Most studio pianos have toe blocks to support the legs, whereas this Everett Chapel model actually has cabinetry that proceeds out to accommodate the double rubber casters. This piano is built like a tank, yet easy to move. It also boasts huge support posts that provide extra stability.
You might notice the photo of the pinblock. The pinblock (made of hard rock maple) is what the tuning pins are driven into to hold the piano in tune. This pinblock is about twice as thick as most pinblocks....just added insurance that your piano should stay in tune as well as any piano possibly can.
This is a wonderful instrument and beautiful piece of furniture at the same time. You will want to contact us soon on this one, as these don't usually stay around long.