Used Pianos

Used & Consignment Pianos

Used pianos are a great option for many people. The problem when buying a used piano privately, is that it is very difficult to know exactly what you are getting. The internet is full of these pianos. These pianos range from $500 to FREE, please come take my piano away ads, to those who think that because their piano is 100+ yrs old, that it is worth a lot of money. How was the piano looked after? Who was the manufacturer? How often was it tuned? Was it exposed to large fluctuations in temperature and/or humidity? These can be largely unknown variables that literally make it impossible to know what kind of condition the piano is really in.

If an opportunity becomes available to purchase a used piano from a private seller, you can book one of our technicians to do an evaluation of the piano before you make your purchase. Call our office for details.

Better yet!… Michael Lipnicki Fine Pianos has a revolving inventory of used and consignment pianos. These pianos have been evaluated before they ever arrive on our showroom. Once these pianos are on our sales floor they have had any required work done to them to insure that they are a proper, playable musical instrument. If there is additional work that could be done to further enhance the piano’s feel or sound, we would be happy to provide you with the costs of doing that work.

 While we will do our best to keep our used and consignment inventory up to date, please call the store prior to coming in to see a specific piano, so as to not be disappointed that it is no longer here.  Currently, pianos are arriving and selling faster than we can get them listed, so please visit!

Charles Walter (43″) Upright

$4,395 + g.s.t.

This American-made piano (1980) is exceptionally well-built.  The Walter Piano Company is a family-run company still producing pianos today in Elkhart, IN.  Comes with matching bench, 3-year warranty, 5-year 100% trade-up, pre and post-delivery tunings. 

$6,495 + g.s.t.

Pearl River GP-150 (4’11”) Grand Piano

This elegant, satin black grand piano is in excellent condition.  Has been well-maintained – only 1 owner.  Sounds as pretty as it looks.  Made in 2005 by one of the world’s largest piano makers. Comes with matching bench (with storage), 3-year warranty, 5-year, 100% trade-up, pre and post-delivery tunings.

$1,895 + g.s.t.

Gerhard Heintzman (42″) Upright

This Canadian-made piano (1968) is very sweet in a satin walnut finish. Comes with matching bench, 3-year warranty, 5-year 100% trade-up, pre and post-delivery tunings. 

$7,995 + g.s.t.

Pearl River GP-159 (5’3″) Grand Piano

This is such a great size for a grand piano.  Only 14 years old, this piano provides both beauty and quality of sound. Comes with matching adjustable bench, 3-year warranty, 5-year 100% trade-up, pre and post-delivery tunings.

$1,250 + g.s.t.

Lesage (41″) Upright

This Canadian-made piano (1976) is subtly retro in a satin walnut finish. It’s in great shape for its age.  Comes with matching bench with storage, 3-year warranty, 5-year 100% trade-up, pre and post-delivery tunings. 

$1,250 + g.s.t.

$4,000 + g.s.t.

Yamaha (5’1″) Grand Piano “AS-IS”

If you never thought you’d be able to own a baby grand piano – this is your chance. Circa 1963.  2-pedals. Comes with matching adjustable bench, 3-year warranty, 5-year 100% trade-up, pre and post-delivery tunings. AS-IS.

$50,000 + g.s.t.
$25,000 + G.S.T.

Steinway & Sons K-52 Upright 52″

This satin black piano has the tone and projection of a small grand piano but in upright form. All original parts and the cabinet is in excellent condition. Made in 2005 and has had only one owner. Sale-priced at $25,000. Compare at $50,000 for a new one.

$110,000 + GST

Steinway Model D 9′ Concert Grand

An instrument for the serious pianist or recital venue, this full-sized concert grand will fill any room with it’s rich and full sound. Priced at $110,000. Compare at $205,000, brand new. Full concert voicing in the venue included with purchase – a $3,000 value.