Steinway Model B

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  • My musings on this much-loved Steinway piano

    Apr 3, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: The epitome of medium sized concert pianos
    Cons: [its not a Steinway D]

    Summary: Steinway have intended the B model for smaller recital halls and broadcasting studios. This is perhaps one of their most popular models, combining Steinway specifications and incomparable beauty in a piano with a much more affordable price tag than the ... read more

  • Avoid Steinway...it's not worth it

    May 17, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: It says STEINWAY
    Cons: Heavy, clunky action. Bad finish. Came with sawdust on the keybed, and more....

    Summary: After dealing with an IMPOSSIBLE Southern California Steinway Piano Dealer, the piano arrived. Of course it came untuned, totally unregulated, keys sticking everywhere, sawdust on the keybed, fallboard warped, lid was out of alignment...and more! ... read more

  • Model B

    Jul 14, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Touch, tone. Cheaper than Bosendorfer
    Cons: I don't have one!!

    Summary: Most of the Steinways I have played have been the model B. It is truly an excellent piano. Steinways more often than not are better than their more expensive competitors and always as good (why pay more than needed). The model B Steinway is just as good ... read more

  • 1910 Restoration

    Oct 9, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Fabulous restoration
    Cons: none yet!

    Summary: The tonal quality is clear, crisp and clean. This piano has been fabulously restored. The touch is instant without hesitation or lingering effect. The keys are balanced and the touch is solid [not light/not a work-out]. The finish is Walnut and I have ... read more

  • Express Customer Reviews

  • A truly superior instrument.

    Oct 10, 2003 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: spectacular tone across the full range of keys
    Cons: none

    Summary: I am a relative beginner at the piano, having taken lessons for approximately one year. When I began my search for a piano to practice on at home, I had no intention of purchasing a Steinway. The prices are well beyond what I could imagine spending at t ... read more

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