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Baldwin SF-10 Grand Piano 244634













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List Price: $76,500

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Company:Baldwin

Model:SF-10

Serial #:244634

Build Date:1981

Color:Ebony Satin

Size:7'

One of the greatest American semi-concert grand pianos of all time is the Baldwin SF-10. In conjunction with Bechstein Piano Company, which Baldwin owned at the time, they implemented design tweaks, and offered full German Renner action on these top-tier pianos.

At the time this piano was made, Baldwin was not only the #1 American producer of pianos, but they were making stellar instruments. This piano is all original and has only been played very casually. So, you will enjoy great stability and high-level performance in a piano that will last decades with regular servicing.

What separates the Baldwin SF-10 from other great 7-foot pianos like Steinway B, Mason & Hamlin BB, as well as top-tier German and other European pianos such as Bösendorfer, Fazioli, and others, is the combination of meaty, American sound with the clarity of the great European instruments. While it definitely exhibits the fatter, warmer sound of the great American pianos, there is more focus to the tone as well as remarkable evenness from register to register. The tone life is exceptional all the way to the top octave which is a remarkable achievement in piano design! This is enhanced by Baldwin’s patented Accu-just hitch pin technology.

WHAT MAKES BALDWIN PIANOS UNIQUE? BALDWIN ACCU-JUST HITCH PINS

Another benefit of the clean, rich tone of a great Baldwin SF-10 is that they record exceptionally well. This piano is also suitable for a small performance venue. If you are after the ultimate piano for your home, at 7-feet, you get so close to the sound and touch of a 9-foot concert grand, yet with volume that won’t overwhelm you. As the years go on, there are fewer and fewer of these magnificent instruments since Baldwin stopped American production over 10 years ago.