This Howard (by Baldwin) 36" spinet is really the only model spinet that
dealers and teachers alike can truly call a piano.
The problem with most spinets is that in order to build a piano in low
profile, the standard action of an upright piano needed to be modified to
the point that it did not function optimally.
Only Baldwin made adjustments to their action to adjust for this
problem and did so by making the cabinet 2-3 inches deeper than other
spinets. By doing so, the action was modified in such a way that it more
closely resembled a standard upright and has thus been touted by
teachers as the only spinet they felt was a good entry level piano.
This piano was built in 1962 and used in a home environment. Rarely
played but meticulously cared for every year.
The piano action has been professionally regulated to Baldwin
specifications and concert tuned to A-440.
The Cabinet is in generally good condition for its age showing only
signs of normal use (i.e., the occasional bump and bruise).
Included is the original new matching bench.
|Howard (by Baldwin) • 36" Spinet
|Howard (by Baldwin)