This 6’2” GL50 Kawai grand piano has only been used for display purposes in a multi-million dollar Tampa Bay model home. It was on display for 18 months. The list price of this piano is in excess of $40,000. At just $28,900 this is truly a spectacular purchasing opportunity!
Since 1927 Kawai has built some of the world’s finest pianos in Hamamatsu, Japan. Unlike Steinway which has changed ownership hands multiple times over the years, Kawai is family owned and operated nearly 100 years later!
Kawai is laser focused, perfecting the art of piano making. Kawai does not build outboard motors for boats, trumpets or motorcycles. They are a high end piano maker. Kawai’s build quality is so good, Steinway chose them to build their Boston series line in 1992.
Kawai’s action is considered to be the world’s most advance action by technicians and piano experts around the world. Kawai has systematically replaced the 8000 parts which for hundreds of years have been constructed of wood, to modern materials such as ABS Carbon, which are much stronger and virtually impervious to fluctuations, due to temperature change. This action is referred to as the Millennium III movement.
Note: While Kawai has agreed to build the Boston piano for Steinway; Kawai only uses their most advance Millennium III action in pianos which bear the Kawai family name.
If you are considering a Yamaha, Steinway or Boston baby grand or grand piano you owe it to yourself to audition the Kawai brand; what is considered by those in the know to be the superior production caliber piano on the market today. If you are in Tampa, Clearwater, St. Pete or anywhere in Florida it is worth the drive to see this fine instrument!