Mason & Hamlin Model 50 Studio Upright Piano 50''

An heirloom-grade American upright in an attractive satin ebony cabinet.

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Piano Facts
Height: 50''
Finish: Ebony Satin
Serial number: 78978
Year Built: 1975
Condition: Preowned
Bench: Included

A fantastic value!

This Mason & Hamlin Model 50 Studio Upright is a great opportunity to own an heirloom-grade American instrument for a fraction of the cost of the comparable new piano.  Crafted new in 1975 and privately owned. This is a great option for a pianist who needs a top quality instrument but can't accommodate a grand piano.

About the Mason & Hamlin Model 50

(from the manufacturer)

This remarkable piano was created for professional use in schools, churches and other institutions, and for anyone one who requires grand piano characteristics in a compact vertical size.

The Model 50 surpasses all other uprights in power and tone and with Mason & Hamlin innovations like the Tension Resonator, which preserves the crown of the soundboard, and sturdy 6-post back construction, the Model 50 will withstand years of strenuous use.

As with all of its pianos, Mason & Hamlin builds the Model 50 by hand, using only the finest materials, making it the best value in its class. And, as always, Mason & Hamlin pianos are Made in America.

Model 50 Specifications

  • Height: 50 Inches
  • Width: 57.67 Inches
  • Depth: 23.30 Inches
  • Rim: Hard Rock Maple
  • Rim Thickness: 3.5 Inches
  • Plate: Sand Cast Gray Iron, Full Perimeter
  • Soundboard: White Spruce
  • Soundboard Size: 2120 Square Inches
Condition Notes

Buyers should note that the center (sostenuto) pedal of this piano is not currently operational. In our experience, this is of negligible impact to most pianists - in fact, this functionality is not present on most upright pianos. We have priced this piano very aggressively with this condition in mind.

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