This 1930 Knabe grand piano was literally resurrected from the scrap heap, having been through a fire, a flood, and stored over five years in a non-climate controlled storage unit. Virtually everything except the soundboard whicxh still had adequate crown, was replaced. Now it has a tone and touch to die for. The Knabe scale design and larger soundboard area (relative to other pianos this length) made this instrument worthy of a complete overhaul.
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To read detailed information on the rebuilding process and how each component relates to the overall tone quality, see our book "Vital Sound."