A 1936 American made, Wulitzer baby grand.
A pleasant overall tone, richer than some modern grand pianos. Short bass strings lead to less rounded tone. However, excels in the mid-treble for the size.
The sound is a little weak in the top treble, it has a superior tone to the Kimbal Le Petite small grand standing at roughly the same size.
Responsive and even.
An elegant mahogany case, and curved designed soundboard.
For the size, this is an elegant piece of American piano building history. Worth restoring and preserving for generations to come. This one is currently being restored in out workshop and will be ready soon.
Whether assessing a piano for a client or working on my own pianos, I try to make sure that we service in the best way. Some pianos cost more to restore than worth the work. My reviews are based on the piano as is.
These are my views are no substitute for a condition, and tone report from a well versed local piano tuner.
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