Model A3

Similar in style to the Model A, the Model A3 is a desirable for its interim size, measuring larger than the Model A while still smaller than the Model B. Produced for a period of time in the early 1900s, the Model A3 is still appreciated today by piano enthusiasts and collectors for its unparalleled quality of sound.

Larger than the Model A grand pianos crafted today, the Steinway Model A3 is compatible to the Model B in its power and tonal sound. The scale of the design and concert-level quality of the Model A3 is still preferred by many pianists.

Specs:

Length: 6’ 4 ½” (188 cm)
Width: 57 ¾” (147 cm)
Weight: 695 pounds (315 kg)
Introduced: 1913-1945

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