Whether you are looking for a small upright for children learning or a bigger piano for yourself we have a variety of pre-owned pianos on offer. We try to keep the stock updated but as it changes often it is best to confirm if a piano is still available.
All our pianos are serviced or rebuilt and come with a 2 Year Warranty. We also gladly consider trading in your current piano.
Our prices include VAT, delivery within main cities, piano bench and after sales tuning.
Otto Bach upright (1980)
This Otto Bach was manufactured in Wellington in 1980. It was refinished in a white satin finish with black trim, which if quite striking. The piano has been fully serviced and comes with a matching bench. Suitable for beginner to intermediate level of play.
Knight upright (1980)
Knight are an interesting English brand, no longer in production. These pianos had some excellent and unique
design features, especially the use of a single bridge for the tenor, middle and treble registers. They have a good sweet and singing sound, clear and bell like. Models such as this were manufactured especially for the South African market. Knight used a “sound port” in the bottom panel which allows sound to come out more freely from the instrument and makes a big difference to the clarity and fullness of tone. These pianos are distinctive and becoming more popular again as a kind of retro style. This piano will also serve well for entry to mid-level players or family use.
Kawai KX-10 upright (2013)
This piano is a lovely deep mahogany colour. The KX-10 is the predecessor of Kawai's K-15 and was an incredibly popular model. At 110cm it is small, yet powerful. Equavilent new value would be R91,000 so this is a good option for anyone wanting an excellent quality piano with a smaller budget. Perfect for beginner to intermediate level pianists.
Yamaha U1 upright (1976)
At a height of 121 cm, this is a large upright. Yamaha U1's from the 1970's were renown for their excellent tone and are still highly sought after by pianists, suitable from beginner to advanced.
C. Bechstein L grand (1925)
Bechstein is one of the great iconic brands manufactured in Germany. It is ranked with Steinway, Fazioli, Blüthner and Bosendorfer. This piano was bought from us with a full authentic rebuild approximately 8 years ago. The hammers, strings, pins, etc. are therefore still quite new with little wear and the piano is available at quite an attractive price.
Bösendorfer is one of the great iconic brands and falls into the category of fine, hand-built pianos. It is ranked with Steinway, Fazioli, Blüthner and Bechstein. Relatively young Bösendorfers are quite rare in South Africa. This piano was bought new by a professional musician who has owned it until now. Approximately 5 years ago it had a hammer replacement with authentic parts and we have done further comprehensive servicing to bring the piano back into an excellent condition. It is now a very good representative of Bösendorfers distinctive tone and touch.
Steinway Model O grand (1952)
This 1952 Steinway Model O has been fully and authentically rebuilt by our team, this is a great investment for anyone who aspires to be a Steinway & Sons owner.
Steinway Model B grand (2011)
The Steinway Model B has always been one of their most sought after instruments, at 211 cm it is an ideal size for use ether in a small recital space or as an excellent home piano. The model B has an extraordinary wide dynamic range with a lot of power and charisma. This particular instrument is so young (10 yrs old) that it would rate very close to a new piano. Owned by a serious, but non-professional pianist, it has had moderate use and is in impeccable condition. The piano will be serviced to recital level standard and can meet the highest expectations for almost any context. With new prices at approx. R2.3m, this represents a attractive opportunity.