Mason & Hamlin, Model AA was made at the company factory in 1926 in Boston. It is a living example of "Golden Age" of piano craftmanship. This piano features a refinished ebony polish cabinet and a fully rebuilt action. This instrument has a full powerful tone and an exceptional responsive touch. An exceptional concert level piano. Compare at $50,000.00. If you are considering an Investment Quality Piano, such as Steinway, compare to the Mason & Hamlin, Model AA-rich tonal clarity with precise responsiveness. It is a rarity to find a completely rebuilt instrument of this quality.
An exceptional instrument, the Model AA is the result of old-world craftsmanship and time-honored Mason & Hamlin features. Besides tonal clarity, precise responsiveness, and beautiful aesthetics, the Model AA is capable of large sonorities as well as the softest, most delicate whisperings. Ideal for pianists at every level, the Model AA combines superior sound quality and touch with beauty and classic artistry for a look and sound that is unmistakably Mason & Hamlin.
This Massachusetts-based brand is a stalwart in the industry, making several models of grand pianos and a professional upright model. Their pianos are especially well-built and made to last.
Mason & Hamlin made several innovations in the design of their pianos, including the crown retention system used in the soundboard, and are a good choice for anyone interested in purchasing a quality vintage piano.
The pianos are on par with Steinway in performance, and their price tag reflects this. Artists playing the timeless pianos include Brian Culbertson, Jarrod Radnich, and Rod Tanski.