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Many people say Bosendorfer’s 130 CL model sounds like a grand piano; many think it is the best upright piano in the world.  Naturally it benefits from all the expertise of their craftsmen just as their grand pianos do. By definition it has all the advantages of an upright piano over a grand piano: it is smaller and needs less space, it is easier to acquire and is more affordable. The precision installation of the mechanics is designed to deliver optimal playability and maximum control without loss of power transmission. Model 130 CL is a tremendously elegant design and its proportions are perfectly balanced. In other words, it is a beauty.  It is probably the easiest way to share the exclusive, world-famous Bosendorfer name. 0.2869196

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At PianoWorks, we have a rent-to-own program for our pianos.  We offer select upright pianos as part of a special 6-month program.  We do not rent grand pianos.  We hope to soon add long term digital rentals to our offerings, so check back with us. For full details, just submit your request and an associate will contact you soon. 0.1428999

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Jansen small hardwood caster cups provide great protection for your floor, carpet or rugs.  The small hardwood caster cup fits many piano caster sizes including typical single-wheel grand and upright piano caster styles.  These piano caster cups come in a variety of finishes including Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut, White, and Unfinished.  Each piano caster cup is sold separately, so don't forget to order 3 for a typical grand set or 4 for your upright. Outer diameter: 3½" Inner diameter: 1¾" 0.1134721

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Jansen medium hardwood caster cups provide great protection for your floor, carpet or rugs.  The medium caster cup fits nearly all piano casters including single-wheel, double-wheel, and wide-wheel styles.  These piano caster cups come in a variety of finishes including Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut, White, and Unfinished.  Each piano caster cup is sold separately, so don't forget to order 3 for a typical grand set. Outer diameter: 4½" Inner diameter: 2¾" 0.1134721

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Our most versatile piano caster cups, the clear lucite caster cups from Jansen eliminate the need to match the piano or room decor.  The cups are large enough to fit nearly all baby grand and parlour grand piano casters, fitting both single and double casters.  Each piano caster cup is sold separately, so don't forget to order 3 for a typical grand set.  Also available in black and brown. Outer diameter: 4½" Inner diameter: 2¾" 0.1134721

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PianoWorks’ Restoration is widely known among institutions, concert halls, musicians and technicians. With 30 years of rebuilding experience and a team of technicians with expertise and focus on achieving optimal performance of each piano, PianoWorks has earned the reputation for uncompromising quality. Our restoration clients appreciate our high standards and attention to details. PianoWorks offers complete restoration services including soundboard, bridge and full action replacement. Because these are very specialized skills that many shops and technicians are not trained to do, many technicians send their grands to us for this work. Link to our restoration web site below to see our shop and learn more about the services we offer. Although we specialize in restoring Steinway & Sons and Mason & Hamlin pianos, we regularly repair and restore other brands of performance grade grand pianos. Because not all pianos are worth the investment of restoring, we encourage you to call us. We will gladly discuss the best options for your piano. www.pianoworksrestoration.com Here are just a few of the institutions who have used our Restoration Services: University of Georgia           Perimeter College Bob Jones University           West Georgia University Florida State University           Morehouse College University of Tennessee           Emory University Mercer University (Macon)           Kennesaw State University Reinhardt College                       Auburn University Agnes Scott College            University of Louisiana (Lafayette) Georgia State                      University Wesleyan College LaGrange College                Shorter College Presbyterian College           Georgia Southern University Additionally, many pianos are restored for faculty members! Tips For Getting Started Your piano tuner has just advised you that major work needs to be done to your grand piano to restore it to its original performance level. You are now faced with the questions so many people ask . . .how much works needs to be done, where do I go for this kind of work, who do I trust, who has the skill level to do the work properly? Because there is limited information available to consumers, here are some tips to help you with those questions: 1)  Look for a rebuilding shop with experience and technicians who are RPTs (registered piano tuners have met the standards set by the piano guild). Ask other piano technicians their opinion of the technical work done by the shop you are considering. 2)  Have your piano evaluated and have them provide you with an estimate of the work needed. Ask questions and learn what work is needed to bring your piano to its full potential. 3)  Determine if the shop is known for their cabinet refinishing, superior technical restoration or both. Which aspect is important to you? 4)  Review their references, there should be a significant list. 5)  If Universities are listed, know that they have researched thoroughly! They are a demanding clientele with high expectations as they have to answer for the tax dollars they are spending. 6)  Play several pianos rebuilt by the shop so you can assess their performance level. 7)  Visit the restoration shop for a better understanding of how they operate.0.10003

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Do you need a keyboard for a special event?  We offer digital pianos for rent from Roland and Casio.  The rental is an 88-key, weighted portable piano.  It has piano and organ sounds, MIDI connections, connections for external speakers or headphones.  The rental includes a carrying case, sustain pedal, music desk, power cable, owner's manual, and stand.  The Casio keyboard rental is a great and versatile digital piano for a great price.  As demand increased, we now offer a higher level Roland keyboard rental for just a little more.  Roland is known for making the best digital pianos. We also offer an optional powered speaker that will connect to the keyboard which is suitable for small venues.  A Roland or Yamaha keyboard amplifier is available for an additional rental fee. Rentals are on a daily basis.  Submit your request or call us today.0.10003

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PianoWorks brings you another great find.  Visit us to see and play this gently used 5'8" Knabe WKG-58 grand piano.Knabe has long been a favorite piano in America.  Established in 1837, it has also had its ups and downs.  15 years ago, a new steward for this celebrated brand expertly recreated the vintage Knabe designs from their peak era prior to the Great Depression.  Original factory specifications were discovered from factory craftsmen that held on to these designs.  The 5'8" studio grand piano is one of 2 true "Baltimore Scale" designs.How do you recreate a hand-made masterpiece from America's Golden Era of piano making?  While many of the original instruments are still in use, underlying manufacturing designs were also instilled into the reproduction.  The sand cast plates were recreated.  The hardwood rims, consisting of alternating layers of Maple & Oak were recreated.  Even the same species of spruce was used for the soundboard - Eastern White spruce sourced from Bolduc in Canada.As in the 1920's, Knabe sourced the best action parts were sourced from America; in this 2007 Knabe piano, the best action parts were sourced from Renner in Germany.  Due to price increases, a new Knabe WKG58 will not have a full Renner action...making this gently used pre-owned Knabe even more desirable.The WKG models are designated Concert Artist for their level of quality, musicality, durability, and beauty.  Many details are lavished on the cabinet from the open music desk, the rosewood cheekblocks and matching inner rim, the real ebony sharps and premium brass hardware and finally to the hand-rubbed traditional satin finish.  All of this is designed to inspire.If New, MSRP for this piano is $30,195 (The Piano Buyer, Fall 2016 - Larry Fine).Includes Artist bench & 5 year Parts & Labor warranty.0.07144997

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House of Troy makes the finest specialty lights. Their upright piano lamps are the most elegant choice for your home. This slimline design is the perfect contemporary compliment to any studio upright.0.06418954

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House of Troy makes the finest specialty lights Their upright piano lamps are the most elegant choice for your home. This slimline design is the perfect contemporary compliment to any studio upright.0.06418954

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House of Troy makes the finest specialty lights. Their upright piano lamps are the most elegant choice for your home. This slimline design is the perfect contemporary compliment to any studio upright.0.06418954

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