Baldwin SD-10 Concert Grand Piano

MSRP: $49,900.00

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Serial # : 346645

Type : Concert Grand Piano

Condition : Used

Year : 1997

Finish : Ebony Satin

Length : 9 Feet


Baldwin SD-10 Concert Grand Piano Description

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Baldwin SD-10 Concert Grand Piano

One owner beautiful Baldwin SD-10 Concert Grand Piano in excellent condition. The serial number is 346645 handcrafted at the main Baldwin factory in Arkansas in 1997. It is in ebony satin finish with concert grand double casters with locks. This piano is hardly used or played the action is fresh and responsive with powerful bass and rich tone.
This piano is offered at a substantially reduced price.

The piano has rich tone, it has deep bass, the action is sensitive to the touch, quick and responsive, it offers wide dynamics and ability to produce multiple colors.

Baldwin is about more than pianos—it’s about peerless quality and the absolute best-sounding and best-playing pianos anywhere.

The company got its start in 1862, when beloved Cincinnati-based piano teacher Dwight Hamilton Baldwin launched a Decker Brothers piano dealership. In 1866, he hired Lucien Wulsin as a clerk, and the two eventually became partners in the venture, at the time named D.H. Baldwin & Company.

Since then, Baldwin has become the only American piano company to make and distribute quality pianos to all price ranges and aspects of the piano market. The handmade Artist Grands, built at the Trumann Factory in the U.S.A., are among the finest anywhere, at any price. Baldwin pianos are famous for their touch, tone, and durability.

Piano includes:

  • Matching bench
  • Local Moving
  • Tuning
  • Full trade-in (Lifetime)

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