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In terms of design, the Steingraeber Salon Grand A-170 can trace its roots back to 1905. We don’t think of our smallest 5’7” grand piano as a ‘baby grand’, simply because it has received many “Best in its Class” awards that praise the sound as being much bigger than the instrument looks. In terms of construction, this phenomenal achievement lies in the unusually-wide shape of the A-170, which allows room for the use of very long bass strings.
The only top-rated salon grand piano, it transmits vibrational energy just like a concert grand. Because of its bass bridge design, (i.e., without apron and base), its sound is not thin and metallic (or ‘tinny’), as is typical of small grand pianos.
Furthermore the piano’s touch is professional, which is why you will find it on stages, and in music schools and opera houses with limited space. The fascinating Oslo Opera House is a prime example of its use and suitability.
As the only authorized Steingraeber piano dealer in Los Angeles and all of Southern California, Hollywood Piano has established a reputation for itself as the #1 Luxury Los Angeles Piano Store high end showroom . Having been a family-owned and operated piano store for decades, Hollywood Piano’s showroom has won numerous accolades and awards along the way.
Our clients make the drive because we offer what no other Piano Store can – a Large Selection of luxury brands and the highest rated customer service in the industry. Drive a little further for the quality you deserve!
Hollywood Piano is the must go-to Los Angeles piano store when it comes to finding the best in grand pianos, tuning, grand piano accessories and related services. When it comes to buying a new piano in Los Angeles County, fixing an old one or even trying to find a buyer for your used grand piano, there is no better place than Hollywood Piano.
The story of the pianoforte manufacturer Steingraeber & Söhne, begins in the 1820’s in Thuringia, Germany. The second generation, Eduard Steingraeber, moved the facility to Bayreuth (Bavaria) in 1852 where it remains today under the tutelage of Udo Steingraeber, the sixth generation. Steingraeber and Söhne has been the recipient of numerous international prizes, as much for its innovation and technical improvements to the piano, as for its strict adherence to impeccable quality–a Steingraeber hallmark. Since 1906 world-renowned designers have fashioned Steingraeber piano cabinets and continue to this day. Crafting fewer than 250 pianos are each year, Steingraeber & Söhne is truly the pinnacle of piano craftsmanship….EST. 1852