Handcrafted in Germany to the most exacting standards, this Seiler 9'1" concert grand piano was designed and built for the stage. Go ahead and turn on the spotlights, the polished ebony finish shines like new! It should, the piano IS new.
Although it was built in 2006, it has never been sold. We acquired it from a distressed situation and are passing the savings directly on to you. Carrying an MSRP of $169,000, we are offering this flawless, world-class instrument for only $76,888.
With heavy duty, locking brass casters, you don't need to worry about this piano running off on you; however, should you ever need to move it, you will be surprised at how easy it is to move (the casters are about as big as those on a professional piano mover’s dolly)!
Now, let's get down to what is really important on a piano: how it plays and how it sounds.
How it plays: The keytouch is a bit lighter than a Steinway, allowing you to fly across the keys without getting tendonitis. The action is very smooth and very responsive, allowing you to take full advantage of the instrument's substantial dynamic range. This piano is a treat to play!
How it sounds: “Holy smokes”…she has power and a personality! Whether you want to play the Warsaw Concerto or a sweet lullaby, this instrument allows you the versatility to indulge yourself. No need to go to a big concert hall to experience the best (you can afford to put this concert grand in your living room at this price).
Although it was built in 2006, this piano has never been sold. We were fortunate enough to acquire this piano and two other Seiler grands from a distressed dealer's inventory, via an auction. You could shop a metropolitan market and pay $120K to $150K for this piano (current MSRP is $169K)...or you can take advantage of our low overhead here in the middle of Kansas. We are simply passing the huge savings on to you. This extremely rare opportunity is your chance to own one of the finest concert instruments ever built...for about 40 cents on the dollar.
Call us today at 1-800-950-3774 if the description above didn't answer your questions. Better yet, jump on the nearest jet and head to Manhattan, Kansas to fully enjoy this wonderful instrument. If you don't, you may kick yourself someday.