1999 Baldwin Acrosonic console, Queen Anne cherry

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year 1999
manufacturer Baldwin
model Acrosonic Console
finish Satin
color/wood Cherry
size 43"
id 2550
1999 Baldwin Acrosonic console, Queen Anne cherry - Upright - Console Pianos

This is one of the best looking American-made pianos you will find! The Baldwin ACROSONIC was originally built as a spinet piano and was one of the most popular small pianos manufactured. Baldwin upgraded many of their Acrosonics to a console model later on, and kept the design and construction to a very high quality.

This Queen Anne cherry piano measures 44" in height, which is nearly as tall as most 45" studio pianos, giving it a much better tone quality than many smaller console models...there are a lot of consoles that are only 39" to 42" tall. This extra height gives you more soundboard surface area and longer strings....providing for a full, well-rounded tone! There are tone ports/escapements just behind the music rack, allowing for even more of the sound to flow out. 

When you browse through the photos, you'll notice what an attractive piano this Baldwin is! The music rack has extensive cutouts, the legs are the elegant Queen Anne design, and the lid opens up like a grand piano! All around, this is a really nice piano.

If you are wanting a high-quality piano that is Made in the USA, this is a great choice! Give us a jingle today and we'll help work out the details and get it on the way to you.



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