Rare opportunity to purchase Steinway & Sons Model O 2020 Trade In.
The Steinway Model O was introduced in the latter part of the year 1900. The Model O is very similar to the Model L and they are among the largest of Steinway’s ‘baby grands’. These pianos were first manufactured from 1900 to 1924. Very early Model O Grands lacked adjustable rear duplexes, an issue that was quickly remedied. The New York Steinway factory discontinued the Model O Grand in 1923 in favor of the new Steinway Model L. Very similar in both size and performance, the main difference between these two models is that the Model L features a more squared off tail design. This featured was introduced to allow for a larger soundboard area. The Hamburg Steinway factory continued production of the Model O and never put the Model L into regular production. In a rare move, the Model O was recently reintroduced by Steinway, New York in 2005, replacing the Model L.
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