Baldwin Grand Piano-Model L-6'3" in Length. Black Satin Finish. Excellent Condition.
Made in the USA in the 1980s. A handsome instrument with a powerful tone and responsive action. A quality American piano. This piano is Technician Certified to be in "Excellent Condition".
This handsome 6'3'' Baldwin Model L was crafted in the United States in 1996. It was privately owned and is ready for a new home. It's an instrument with one of the finest pedigrees in the pantheon of American piano-making, just in the prime of its musical life. We're confident that you'll enjoy it. Classic satin ebony finish in beautiful condition.
Truly enjoyable to play.
Like all Baldwins, this piano's action provides sufficient weight to give the pianist a tremendous expressive range, especially satisfying when applying extra force to bring out a powerful fortissimo passage. The Baldwin L's tone is famously powerful for its size, and might satisfy shoppers looking for larger pianos.
About the Baldwin L Grand Piano (from the manufacturer)
The Baldwin L grand piano is carefully engineered to deliver the most magnificently rich and thunderous sound possible, making the L a favorite among many prominent jazz and classical players. Measuring exactly 6'3", the L delivers the full grandeur of a grand piano in a smaller size. The L is one of the world’s finest built instruments, combining traditional grand piano style and performance to deliver the full, rich, resonant sound you'd expect from the largest concert grands.
Full size piano with giant sound
Falling in the middle of Baldwin's grand piano line, size-wise, the 6'3" L will fit beautifully into almost any space. Superior craftsmanship and materials set this piano apart from Baldwin's competitors.
Refund & Shipping
All Sales are Final. Trade-ins and /or Consignments are acknowledged as the sole owner of the customer and are free from all liens. Policy for authorized return is the sole discretion of Washington Pianos. Delivery costs and a 10 percent restocking fee will be charged if the return is authorized. An inspection by a Washington Pianos technician will be made before all returns, and any instrument damage will be assessed and paid in addition to delivery charges and restocking fee before pick-up.