Mason & Hamlin Model 50 Upright

Description

Mason & Hamlin Model 50 Upright Piano

MAKE: Mason & Hamlin
MODEL: Model 50 Professional Upright
SIZE:
50”
YEAR:
NEW
CONDITION:
NEW
FINISH: High Polished Ebony
SERIAL:
94180
PRICE:
(MSRP= $35,499) Call for Special Discount Pricing (321) 725-5690

New Arrival – Brand New Mason & Hamlin Model 50 Upright – In Stock at our Florida Showroom

The Mason & Hamlin 50 is a modern classic designed for those seeking the distinctive Mason & Hamlin tone and sound of a grand piano in a more compact instrument. Built to last, the Model 50 can withstand years of strenuous use while retaining its beautiful, strong, and distinct tone and sound. The Model 50 is handcrafted to perfection, utilizing only the finest materials to create unparalleled power and clarity not found in other upright pianos—making it the best value and sound in its class. The Model 50 sets a high standard that piano players around the world have come to trust for performance, and is perfect for professional use in schools, churches, as well as other institutions, and for anyone one who requires grand piano characteristics in a compact vertical size.

History: Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin established their reed organ company in the year 1854. By 1883, Mason & Hamlin started manufacturing pianos. After undergoing many ownership changes spanning more than a century, the piano company has finally resided in the hands of Burgett brothers who have advanced the company into the 21st century incorporating computer controlled machinery with age old piano building techniques.

Dimensions: 52″x60.5″x24″ or 132cm x 152cm x 60cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Solid white spruce soundboard ~ 5 Layer quarter sawn pinblock ~ 17 ply post construction (4 posts) ~ 3.5″ Rim construction ~ Renner action parts ~ Renner hammers ~ Square brass tube action rail filled with maple ~ Chrome tuning pins ~ Maple bridges ~ Traditional sand cast full-perimeter plate ~ Unique “Tension Resonator” ~ Aliquot design ~ 12 Year warranty

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