Concert pianists generally require a larger grand piano, as bigger pianos produce a big tone and the action has the necessary weight to give strong hands a proper workout. Increased resistance also allows for more control. Typically, a 6’ grand to 7’6” semi-concert grand piano is most sought after by higher caliber pianists.
Kawai has always been the official builder of the Boston series for Steinway since the 1990s. Steinway pianos are considered by many to be the world’s finest handmade pianos. This Boston 6’4” GP-194 grand piano represents the fusion between Japanese skilled craftsmanship and American design.
For almost 100 years Kawai has constructed the world’s most intelligently designed and most well-engineered pianos. It is clear why Steinway chose Kawai over other top-rated and respected piano manufacturers.
New expects to pay nearly $55,000 for a 6’4” Boston GP-193 with a wireless player system. At just $24,990 this is a remarkable value, which can only be found at Dave’s Piano Showroom of Tampa Bay! If you are considering a Steinway model B, Steinway model L, Steinway model A, Steinway model M, Yamaha C7X, Yamaha C6X, Yamaha C5X, Yamaha C3X, Kawai GX7, GX6, or GX5, you will want to audition this piano. Doing so may save you tens of thousands of dollars off new!
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