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Year, Mfg., Model, Size Description Price Comparison Video

#1

1939

Steinway

Model S

5'1" baby grand

Beautiful mahogany cabinet with matching artist bench

This beautiful pre-WWII Steinway baby grand has a brand-new set of Abel hammers, shanks and flanges from Germany. Otherwise, it is 100% original. The original mahogany finish is not perfect but we are choosing to not to refinish this piano in order to sell it at an unusually low price to someone who wants Steinway quality at an affordable price without being overly concerned with cosmetic perfection. If that describes YOU, then this is your lucky day! Every piano we sell includes our standard 10-year warranty on all parts and labor, double the length of a NEW Steinway warranty, PLUS our lifetime upgrade guarantee as well. The present-day MSRP for a new Model S with a mahogany finish is $65,200. For the same money, you could buy three pianos like this for the price of ONE new one and still have a substantial chunk left over. So, what are you waiting for?

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer guide:

$65,200.00

Rick's price:

$18,898.00

#2

1974

Steinway

Model M

5'7" grand

Original factory walnut cabinet with duet artist bench

This absolute gem of a piano is all original and it’s in excellent condition. The original Steinway walnut finish still looks great and will add class to any home. Most importantly, Steinway's signature long-sustaining, bell-like tone will win the hearts of players and listeners alike. The current price for a new Steinway M with a walnut finish is $74,900.  Do you think that a new Steinway could possibly play over $53K better than this one?! Plus, we should point out that a new Steinway has only a five-year warranty on parts and labor, while your Rick Jones Pianos warranty is always ten years on all parts and labor. So, what are you waiting for!

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer Guide:

$74,900.00

Rick's price:

$21,898.00

#3

1965

Steinway

Model M

5'7" grand

New satin ebony finish with matching artist bench

This wonderful piano has been restored to include a new pinblock, tuning pins, all new wires and a new satin ebony finish. The original Steinway action parts remain in excellent, barely used condition. The tone is round and smooth, but also clear and clean with a long sustain, typical traits of Steinway. The touch is medium weighted and highly responsive, also typical of Steinway. The current price for a new Steinway M with an ebony finish is $63,100.  You could buy two at our price for the price one new ebony Steinway M and still have over $10K left over. Plus, we should point out that a new Steinway has only a five-year warranty on parts and labor, while your Rick Jones Pianos warranty is always ten years on all parts and labor.

Why buy new?

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer Guide:

$63,100.00

Rick's price:

$23,898.00

#4

1938

Steinway

Model S

5'1" baby grand

Beautiful satin mahogany cabinet with matching artist bench

This gorgeous pre-WWII Steinway baby grand has been restored to include a new pinblock, tuning pins, strings, keytops, all new Renner action parts and a fresh new mahogany finish. It has a unique cabinet feature clearly visible in the picture slideshow below. The present-day MSRP for a new Model S with a mahogany finish is $65,200. For the same money, you could buy two pianos like this for the price of ONE new one and still have a nice chunk left over. Every piano we sell includes our standard 10-year warranty on all parts and labor, double the length of a NEW Steinway warranty, PLUS our lifetime upgrade guarantee as well. If you read the letters on our Testimonials Page you will see that our customers come from all over the country. Some have flown cross-country to buy their pianos here. Compared to the massive savings our used pianos offer, a plane ticket and hotel room is a minor expense.

Why buy new?

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer guide:

$65,200.00

Rick's price:

$25,898.00

#5

1941

Steinway

Model S

5'1" baby grand

Beautiful walnut cabinet with original matching duet bench

This gorgeous pre-WWII Steinway baby grand has been restored to include new Renner actions parts from Germany, a new pinblock, tuning pins and strings, and a fresh new mahogany finish. It also includes an amazingly well-preserved set of original ivory key tops, indicating a lifetime of pampering and light use. Every piano we sell includes our standard 10-year warranty on all parts and labor, double the length of a NEW Steinway warranty, PLUS our lifetime upgrade guarantee as well. The present-day MSRP for a new Model S with a walnut finish is $68,100. For the same money, you could buy two pianos like this for the price of ONE new one and still have a nice chunk left over. Which do YOU think is the better deal?

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer guide:

$68,100.00

Rick's price:

$25,898.00

#6

1967

Steinway

Model L

5'10½" grand

Original factory walnut finish with matching artist bench

Very few Steinways will ever have one owner. For most people, they are a once-in-a-lifetime purchase to be treasured and pampered, then passed on to the next lucky owner. Such is the case with this beautiful Model L which was lightly used and well maintained by its previous owner. It has decades of useful life ahead of it. The MSRP on a new satin walnut Steinway this size is $83,700 with only a 5-year warranty. OUCH! For the price we're charging for this piano, you could buy three like this for the price of one new one and still have enough left over to take a nice vacation! Plus we offer a 10-year warranty on all parts and labor which is double the coverage you get with a new Steinway. Don't scratch your head too long trying to figure out which is the better deal or someone else who already has figured it out will be going home with this piano instead of you.

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MSRP for a comparable new Steinway grand:

$83,700.00

Rick's price:

$25,898.00

Sold!

8/20/14 to Lexington, Virginia

#7

1927

Steinway

Model M

5'7" grand

Rich and warm mahogany cabinet with matching artist bench

This beautiful piano has been restored to include a new pinblock, tuning pins and all new wires. The action has been rebuilt with all new Renner hammers, shanks, flanges and whippens from Germany. The cabinet has been cosmetically restored inside and out. The result is an instrument that looks as beautiful as it sounds. To purchase a new mahogany Steinway M, you will pay $72,100 and get a 5-year warranty. Alternatively, you could buy this piano for well under half the cost of new and get double the warranty coverage of a new Steinway. Additionally, many musicians prefer the personality and depth of character that takes years for instruments to develop, not unlike people. We leave you with a simple question:

Why buy new?

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer Guide:

$72,100.00

Rick's price:

$28,898.00

#8

1984

Steinway

Model M

5'7" grand

Beautiful original factory ebony cabinet with matching artist bench

The name Steinway enjoys nothing less than legendary status around the world, even among people who know little about pianos. They have been the standard by which all other piano makers have been measured for over 150 years. Being a good fit for almost any living space, the Steinway M has enjoyed enormous popularity for nearly 100 years. This particular M will delight experienced classical pianists with its warm singing tone and super-responsive touch. A new ebony Steinway M sells for $63,100.00. Ask yourself if a new Steinway looks, sounds or plays over $30K better than this piano? You already know the answer, don’t you? Plus, new Steinway pianos carry only a 5-year warranty to the original owner, while every piano we sell carries a 10-year fully transferable warranty.

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer guide:

$63,100.00

Rick's price:

$28,898.00

#9

1958

Steinway

Model M

5'7" grand

Gorgeous hand-rubbed satin ebony cabinet with matching artist bench

This beautiful piano has been restored in our shop to include a new pinblock, tuning pins and all new wires. The action has been rebuilt with new Abel hammers, shanks and flanges from Germany. The cabinet has been cosmetically restored inside and out by the talented staff of our refinishing shop. The result is an instrument that looks as beautiful as it sounds. To purchase a new satin ebony Steinway M, you will pay $63,100 and get a 5-year warranty. Alternatively, you could buy this piano for around half the cost of new and get double the warranty coverage of a new Steinway. Additionally, many musicians prefer the personality and depth of character that takes years for instruments to develop, not unlike people. We leave you with a simple question:

Why buy new?

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer Guide:

$63,100.00

Rick's price:

$32,898.00

#10

1958

Steinway

Model M

5'7" grand

Gorgeous hand-rubbed satin ebony cabinet with matching artist bench

This beautiful piano has been restored in our shop to include a new pinblock, tuning pins and all new wires. The action has been rebuilt with new Abel hammers, shanks and flanges from Germany. The cabinet has been cosmetically restored inside and out by the talented staff of our refinishing shop. The result is an instrument that looks as beautiful as it sounds. To purchase a new satin ebony Steinway M, you will pay $63,100 and get a 5-year warranty. Alternatively, you could buy this piano for around half the cost of new and get double the warranty coverage of a new Steinway. Additionally, many musicians prefer the personality and depth of character that takes years for instruments to develop, not unlike people. We leave you with a simple question:

Why buy new?

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer Guide:

$63,100.00

Rick's price:

$32,898.00

Sold!

8/31/14 to Wilton, Connecticut

#11

1935

Steinway

Model B

6'10½" grand

Beautiful original factory satin mahogany finish with matching artist bench

For the person who wants to save thousands and does not hold cosmetic perfection as the ultimate measure of merit, this piano is an incredible find. If you want a Steinway with a perfect new finish, we have them, but this is not one of them. Still, aside from a few minor blemishes, it still looks beautiful and the mahogany grain is head-turning. Overall, we would rate the cosmetic condition a 7 on a scale of 1 to 10. When this piano arrived in our workshop, we could not believe how good the internal condition was relative to its age. Everything is so solid, we didn't have the heart to rip the guts out and rebuild it. The soundboard, bridges, strings and pinblock are rock solid. The original tuning pins are super tight and have never been tapped. The original ivory keytops remain like-new. All of this attests to the fact that this piano has spend its entire life being someone's pampered trophy piano and lived in a stable humidity environment. The wear and tear on the action parts is virtually non-existent, indicating minimal use. Prized by experienced pianists for their breathtaking dynamic range and tonal refinement, the Steinway Model B has been the standard by which all other semi-concert grand pianos have been measured since 1884 when the model was first introduced. Watch the video demo to the right (we suggest using headphones) to sample the amazing tone and dynamic range of this piano. Consider that the MSRP for a new mahogany Model B is a knee-buckling $103,900 with only a 5-year factory warranty. We're offering this piano for over $65K (!!!) less than new and with a 10-year warranty to boot! A great deal and a great find. It could be yours if you don't wait too long.

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer guide:

$103,900.00

Rick's price:

$35,898.00

#12

2002

Steinway

Model L

5'10½" grand

Gorgeous original dark cherry cabinet with original matching duet bench

This all-original Steinway L may not be literally "one-of-a-kind" but it is one of a limited number that Steinway produced to commemorate their 150th anniversary in 2003 (yes, we realize that this piano was built in 2002 but originally sold in 2003). It is in gently-used, lovingly maintained condition and is beautiful inside and out. It comes with its original matching duet bench. It has the sweet, singing Steinway tone that musicians worldwide have prized since 1853. The name Steinway enjoys nothing less than legendary status around the world, even among people who know little about pianos. They have been the standard by which all other piano makers have been measured for 160 years. A new 5'10½"Steinway grand (now called the Model O) with a dark cherry finish sells new for $88,300 and while it is no longer possible to buy this commemorative edition, some of Steinway's present day special edition models top out over $100K. Plus, new Steinway pianos carry only a 5-year warranty to the original owner, while every Rick Jones piano carries a 10-year fully transferable warranty.

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MSRP for a comparable new Steinway grand:

$88,300.00

Rick's price:

$38,898.00

Sold!

8/30/14 to Poplarville, Mississippi

#13

1932

Steinway

Model B

6'10½" grand

Stunning hand-rubbed satin mahogany finish with matching artist bench

For the person who wants a piano that looks as stunning as it sounds, this piano is for you. Prized by experienced pianists for their breath-taking dynamic range and tonal refinement, the Steinway Model B has been the standard by which all other semi-concert grand pianos have been measured since 1884 when the model was first introduced. This piano has a new pinblock, tuning pins and strings, new Renner hammers, shanks and flanges, all new piano wire including a set of GC bass wires from Canada. The icing on the cake is the beautiful hand-rubbed satin mahogany finish and matching artist bench. Watch the video demo to the right (we suggest using headphones) to sample the amazing tone and dynamic range of this piano. Do you know that the MSRP for a new mahogany Model B is a heart attack inducing $103,900 with only a 5-year factory warranty. We're offering this piano for over $58K (!!!) less than new and with a 10-year warranty to boot! How can anyone argue in favor of a new piano when all evidence suggests that a used piano from Rick Jones Pianos is a massively better value? We don't know either! What we DO know is that this piano's lucky new owner who will be acquiring a family heirloom for generations to come.

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New MSRP for this model using Larry Fine's 2014 Piano Buyer guide:

$103,900.00

Rick's price:

$45,898.00

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(for the entire purchase!)

Have you noticed that some pianos stores will not allow you to pay for the whole purchase on your credit card?

What's up with that?!

Here at Rick Jones Pianos, you can ALWAYS pay for your entire piano purchase with your credit card.

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