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House of Troy makes the very best specialty lights.  This piano lamp is a new design with an extra long arm to reach the center of your music desk.  This piano lamp features a new LED array which provide fantastic task lighting and energy effieciency.  This is a more "green" choice.The base has a sturdy weight and has a felt bottom to protect your piano's finish. 0.6975141

$298.00
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Coming soon...just days away now.  Be the first to try this amazing Steinway!Here is a first look at another of our fully restored Steinway & Sons pianos currently underway.  This Steinway model O was built in New York in 1904.  This is an early example of the model O, and for that reason we are restoring it to Hamburg Steinway specs with Hamburg Steinway parts & hammers.  This piano will also feature a new Kluge keyset (Hamburg Steinway spec).  The early cabinet style features round arms still found on Hamburg Steinways today.For greater detail about this piano, please inquire with our staff.To include new artist bench, 5 year parts & labor warranty.0.1051588

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We sell and service many institutional pianos and for their needs, the grand piano stage dolly by Jansen is our first choice.  A stage dolly will allow you to regularly move your piano freely, safely, and with less wear and tear.  Still, a stage dolly in an investment that you will make one time and then, like most people, you will forget about it.  For this reason, we recommend this piano dolly for its high-quality and low-maintenance. These piano dollies are appropriate for nearly all concert grand pianos approximately 9' in length.  The radial arms extend to get the right fit.  In most cases, the stage dolly is replacing casters less than 3" in diameter.  In this case, you need #6544 In rare cases, if the stage dolly is used to replace large locking brass casters then you will need #6544R.  Model #6544R has arms that compensate for the height difference made by these extra-large casters (like the ones pictured).   If you are unsure of your order, please contact us. For most uses, we recommend upgrading to the locking casters on each wheel.  This secures the piano even during an energetic performance.0.09294815

$800.00
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We sell and service many institutional pianos and for their needs, the grand piano stage dolly by Jansen is our first choice.  A stage dolly will allow you to regularly move your piano freely, safely, and with less wear and tear.  Still, a stage dolly in an investment that you will make one time and then, like most people, you will forget about it.  For this reason, we recommend this piano dolly for its high-quality and low-maintenance.More and more concert grands are now using large, locking stage casters (like the one pictured below).  These casters are usually +3" in diameter and are meant to eliminate the need for a large stage dolly.  However, in some cases, the stage dolly is still preferred.  If this is your case, you will need #6544R.  Model #6544R has arms that compensate for the height difference made by these extra-large casters (like the ones pictured).The stage truck reduces stress on the legs and joints for frequently moved concert grand pianos.The rubber casters used on the stage truck are less likely to mark floors. These piano dollies are appropriate for nearly all concert grand pianos approximately 9' in length.  The radial arms extend to get the right fit.   If you are unsure of your order, please contact us. For most uses, we recommend upgrading to the locking casters on each wheel.  This secures the piano even during an energetic performance.0.09294815

$841.70
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We sell and service many institutional pianos and for their needs, the grand piano stage dolly by Jansen is our first choice.  A stage dolly will allow you to regularly move your piano freely, safely, and with less wear and tear.  Still, a stage dolly in an investment that you will make one time and then, like most people, you will forget about it.  For this reason, we recommend this piano dolly for its high-quality and low-maintenance. These piano dollies are appropriate for nearly all grand pianos sized 4'8" - 5'11" in length.  The radial arms extend to get the right fit.  This is also the correct dolly for 6' - 6'1" pianos made by Yamaha, Young Chang, Kawai, Samick, and Kohler & Campbell.  If you are unsure of your order, please contact us. For most uses, we recommend upgrading to the locking casters (you need 2 - for the front wheels).  This secures the piano even during an energetic performance. 0.07886912

$716.70
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We sell and service many institutional pianos and for their needs, the grand piano stage dolly by Jansen is our first choice.  A stage dolly will allow you to regularly move your piano freely, safely, and with less wear and tear.  Still, a stage dolly in an investment that you will make one time and then, like most people, you will forget about it.  For this reason, we recommend this piano dolly for its high-quality and low-maintenance. These piano dollies are appropriate for nearly all grand pianos sized 6'0" - 7'6" in length.  The radial arms extend to get the right fit.  This is NOT the correct dolly for 6' - 6'1" pianos made by Yamaha, Young Chang, Kawai, Samick, and Kohler & Campbell.  For those pianos, you need dolly model #6542.  If you are unsure of your order, please contact us. For most uses, we recommend upgrading to the locking casters (you need 2 - for the front wheels).  This secures the piano even during an energetic performance. 0.07886912

$741.70
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