Are Kimball baby grand pianos good?

Is Kimball a good piano brand?

Considered a middle tier piano in terms of quality, sound, and price, Kimball Pianos range in value between $500-1,000 unrestored.

When did they stop making Kimball pianos?


How long does a baby grand piano last?

When taken care of, a baby grand can be expected to last 40-60 years or even longer. Therefore, the cost of the purchase should be considered as a long term investment.Sep 24, 2013

What are baby grand pianos worth?

Entry level baby grand pianos typically cost between $10,000 – $20,000.Nov 10, 2018

What is the best way to sell a baby grand piano?

There are several ways to go about selling a piano, but in my experience some approaches yield better results than others. You may have already considered online classifieds like Craigslist, Offer Up, Facebook Marketplace or the possibility of consigning or selling to a piano store.Jan 19, 2020

What can I do with my old baby grand piano?

You may want to go to the local classified boards, or classified ad sites such as craigslist or Gumtree. More often than not, someone will be willing to take your piano off your hands for you. Offer it to them as sold as seen with local pickup only. First come, first serve.Nov 18, 2021

Do baby grand pianos lose value?

Yes, pianos depreciate over time. The amount of depreciation depends on the brand of piano, the condition of the instrument, and the current piano market. Some pianos hold their value while others appreciate over time. Every piano is different, however, there are some basic principles to determining their value.

How much is a 100 year old grand piano worth?

An antique piano is one which is at least 100 years old. Like antique books, antique pianos are not worth a lot of money just because they are old. In actuality these old instruments may be worth very little at all. Most antique, upright pianos are worth $500 or less in very good condition.

How do you identify a Kimball piano?

Sometimes the number is stamped in the soundboard under the strings. Kimball pianos sometimes have the serial number in a hard-to-find place stamped on the back edge of the keybed. This is looking from the tail end of the piano.

How do I find out what year my piano was made?

1) On the piano's cast iron plate. After lifting up the lid, look along the top front area of the plate. The serial number may be to the right or the left, or in the middle. 2) Under the opened lid on the ledge, stamped on a little plaque, to the right or to the left.

How do I identify my piano?

Open the lid and look above the keyboard area. Look in front of the soundboard in either corner. Look along the inside plate holes or it may be in one of the circles stamped into the soundboard. The number may be stamped under the piano.Oct 26, 2019