This Kawai KG-2C is in pampered, gently-used, all original condition, and features an eye-popping, richly-grained polished rosewood cabinet. It even includes its original factory duet bench, which matches the piano perfectly. We haven’t had any other Kawai grands with a rosewood finish in at least the last 15 years, and don’t expect to get another one any time soon. Kawai no longer offers any of their grand models with a rosewood finish, but if you were to buy their same-size model today with just a plain ebony finish, the current MSRP would be $41,795. Even if you got a generous discount from a new Kawai dealer, you would still end up paying several times the price of this piano. Kawai grand pianos are considered among the best designed and best made grand pianos in the world. They have thrived in the same city (Hamamatsu) as their larger and more famous rival, Yamaha, since 1927 when former Yamaha designer Koichi Kawai founded his own piano manufacturing company. Their international reputation for designing and building excellent grand pianos began with the KG series seen here in the 1970s, though they were already well-known and respected in Japan for decades. Like every piano we sell, it includes a 10-year warranty on all parts and labor PLUS a lifetime upgrade guarantee. If you want to know why people from all over the USA choose this store from which to buy their pianos, we would say that pianos like this, at prices like this, with better benefits than new piano stores can offer, are the reasons why.