Over the past year, my wife, Diane, and I have purchased two grand pianos from Center Stage Pianos... I was immediately taken by the selection of pianos on the showroom floor. We are so pleased that we made these purchases and spend many hours enjoying the sounds of the great piano composers and song writers. The entire staff at Center Stage has been so thoughtful and considerate covering all the details... Diane and I speak fondly of our piano buying experience and enjoy stopping in the store to visit everyone, but also to notice the piano inventory.
My wife and I purchased a Baby Grand piano from Center Stage Piano in 2016. The owner, Doug Kraus, was very helpful explaining the benefits of each style of piano that they had at their store and which would best suit Cynthia's needs. Pricing was great, delivery and setup was exceptional. A few months later they returned to our home to change the location of the piano to a different room for better acoustical performance. Again the service was excellent. They do a yearly followup phone call to make sure that Cynthia is happy with the piano and if any adjustments are needed they have done so within a week or less. We had one small issue that Doug resolved at no charge to us. What else can I say, a great company to do business with, a truly knowledgeable staff who stand by their products 100%.
Pearl River's 7′ Semi-Concert Grand Piano is an excellent selection for institutions seeking musical excellence at significant cost savings over other options. The construction of the GP212 begins with the precise design of the strungback, the foundation of which is the plate. The GP212 plate is made of high quality "pig iron," which is melted and poured into wet-sand molds. This wet-sand casting process is how the most expensive concert grand pianos in the world are made. Pearl River uses this method in every piano we make. The GP212 features an extremely responsive action which faithfully obeys the commands of pianists at all levels. Shown in Ebony Polish.
The 6'2" GP188A has become a very popular full-sized grand piano due to its solid design, long standing reputation and affordable price. With the tone of a concert grand piano, yet a size appropriate to the average home, the GP188A is a popular choice for those seeking a larger grand piano with increased projection of tone. Universities, music schools, colleges, performance venues and others have come to count on the reliable performance and superb tone delivery of the GP188A. Shown in Ebony Polish.
The 5'8" GP170 is an ideal sized grand piano for the average-sized home. With all of the features found in Pearl River's largest concert grand pianos, the GP170 brings the concert hall experience into your living room. This grand piano features straight-grained spruce keys, duplex scaling, German felts and strings, and was created by our European and American piano-design consultants. Shown in Mahogany Polish-Sapele.
The 5'3" GP160 Classic Grand was created by our European and American piano-design consultants and features duplex scaling, which tunes the secondary part of strings producing a sympathetic harmonic that enriches the tone, particularly in the treble section. Quality hornbeam and beech woods are used throughout the expertly designed horizontally oriented grand piano action. This provides for the large range of expression expected in grand pianos. Shown in Artisan Walnut.
The GP150 has been one of the best selling "baby grand" pianos in North America since the 1990's. At 4'11", the wide - tail design of this piano gives the "belly" of the piano more tone, expanding the "sweet spot" where the bass tone is produced. For those with smaller spaces but a taste for the tone and touch of a grand piano, the GP150 is the perfect instrument, providing the sound of a bigger grand piano. Unlike many pianos of this size, the GP150 comes standard with a full sustenueto middle pedal. Shown in Ebony Polish. We also have a GP150 with a digital player system that is $10,999.