This Kawai grand is in gently-used, all original condition, and features a rich, satin walnut cabinet, much less common than the ubiquitous polished ebony cabinet seen on most of our inventory. Since 1927, Kawai has held their own against Yamaha, their larger rival who shares their home city of Hamamatsu, Japan. No doubt, this is because Kawai makes pianos that are equal in quality to Yamaha but are distinctly different musically, enough that musicians often strongly prefer one brand over the other, and consequently tell their friends (or students) that their preferred brand is “better” than the rival brand. In our shop, we don’t have to be loyal to any specific manufacturer and can sell any piano we think is good. We place Yamaha and Kawai pianos side-by-side in the shop as the equals we believe them to be and let the customer decide which is the best choice for their needs and taste. A new 5’10” Kawai grand today with a walnut finish is priced at $41,095 and includes a 10-year warranty. Like every piano we sell, this piano includes a 10-year warranty on all parts and labor PLUS a lifetime upgrade guarantee as well. If you want to know why you see sold pianos on our website from all over the country, it’s because of pianos just like this, at prices like this, with better benefits than new piano stores can offer. Why buy new?