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Story & Clark Grand Piano


Manufactured in 2005 in Asia by QRS Musical Instruments, this “Signature Series” grand piano, the “Hampton” model, boasts premium features like Renner hammers, Röslau strings, and a Bolduc of Canada solid spruce soundboard. Owned by a single dedicated individual, its detailed cabinet design complements most furniture trends. Despite its elegance, it’s robust enough for heavy use in schools or commercial settings.


Story & Clark

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L: 5' 4"







This “Signature Series” grand piano, (“Hampton” model) was manufactured in 2005 by QRS Musical Instruments in Asia.

This fine instrument has had only one dedicated and caring owner, and features premium Renner hammers, Röslau strings, maple and mahogany rims, solid brass hardware, a Bolduc of Canada tapered soundboard of solid spruce, sand-cast plates, and advanced low-tension scales.

The Signature Series models have cabinet designs that offer lots of detail for the money and coordinate well with most furniture trends. Its manufacturer asserts that, despite their beauty, these pianos are built well enough to be also appropriate for heavier playing through school and commercial applications.

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