ID: #419159

Used Schimmel SP 174 - 1989, Grand piano

14,000.00 €
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BASIC INFORMATION

  • Type:Grand piano
  • Acoustic / Digital:Acoustic
  • Year:1989
  • New / Used:Used
  • Manufacturer: Schimmel
  • Model: SP 174
  • Length:178
  • No. of pedals: 3
  • No. of Keys: 88
  • Serial Number: 277518
  • Colour:Black
  • Veneer:Ebony
  • Gloss level:Satin (medium gloss)

Price

  • Price: 14,000.00 €

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Description

Model: SP-174
Length: 5'10"
Finish: Satin
Color/Wood: Ebony

This piano has been privately owned and used in several home studio recordings for soundtrack because of its pure velvety sound. It has been tuned and detailed in the past month by 2 registered piano technicians, with superlative comments on condition and sound.

Schimmel 5'10" grand piano, purchased in 1989 – Model SP-174
• Schimmel discontinued manufacture of this model in 1997.
• Need local Registered piano technician to evaluate and determine a fair market value.
• We hire a furniture touch-up person to prepare the surface for sale – hand rub the finish – no mechanical buffers.


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