We tailor every restoration to meet your needs
The final price will depend on the acquisition cost of the piano and the scope of the custom restoration. Our experts will tailor the restoration to your expectations. Whether it be a beautiful and rarely played piano, a practice piano for your family, or a performance level instrument that needs to look and sound perfect, or anywhere in between. Please contact us to discuss the different options and what the price will be for this piano.
This is the cost of the piano in it's current "as-is" state.
This may include things like adjustment of the keyboard, repairing or replacing the action, installing new strings, or rebuilding the pedals. See our "recommended options" for this piano below.
The soundboards of some pianos in our inventory require repair or replacement. See the results of our "Soundboard Analysis" for this piano below.
Whether simply matching your décor, choosing from a set of color samples, or choosing not to refinish it, we can repair and refinish this piano to your preferences.
A humidity control system and/or player system can easily be installed during the restoration. These options cost very little but add great value to the piano.
Monthly payment plans available ranging from 6 months to 120 months.
This piano's cabinet has blackened over time, but has a rich magohany veneer underneath. It is currently in unrestored condition and can be refinished in any color of your choice.
|Serial #:146544||Length: 5'4"|
This original soundboard is in great condition. The crown is strong, and the board will serve perfectly with some minor refinishing.
A new soundboard has been installed. Learn more about our custom soundboards here.
This soundboard is in good condition and we recommend restoring the original soundboard.
The original soundboard has been restored and is now in excellent condition.
We recommend that this soundboard be replaced with a hand-crafted spruce soundboard. Learn more about our soundboards here.
The original soundboard is in excellent condition.
Select from the leading manufacturers of player piano systems which integrate full orchestration sound, apps for simple remote control, and the ability to record and playback performances.
If you prefer a 'light' or 'heavy' touch, a 'bright' or 'mellow' sound, modern manufacturer recommended parts or parts built to historic specifications, we will create the action you prefer.
Maintaining proper humidity is critical to the well-being of your fine instrument. Protect it with the industry leading Dampp-Chaser Piano Life Saver which monitors the piano’s humidity levels and maintains an ideal 42% relative humidity.
The look of a piano is one of its most important attributes. Once stripped to the original unfinished wood veneer, the choices are limitless. Select from a wide variety of stain colors, or we can mix a custom color. Once stained, layers of lacquer are slowly applied to create your desired finish, from open-pore to closed-pore. Finally, the lacquer is painstakingly hand-rubbed to create a satin, or high-gloss polish.
Once your piano is delivered, we give you 30 days to play it and make sure everything is exactly as you wish. If not, simply let us know, and we will pick up the piano and give you a full refund. Additionally, when you buy a restored piano from Lindeblad you can, at any time in the future, exchange that piano for another of our pianos and apply the full price you paid to the exchange.
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