Old (I think about 1930s) Edward B. Healy grand piano.
It’s on the small size for a grand, looks beautiful, sounds beautiful.
That said, it’s got some issues!
– Hammer on the bottom key snapped off. I still have the hammer if someone wanted to reattach it.
– Some of the screws in the structure are a bit loose and cause a minor buzz depending on the day. I’m not sure if this can be fixed, I haven’t tried.
– The piano lyre is a bit loose. Slide a book under it and it keeps solid and still without issue.
– The action on a few of the upper keys has degraded and they can be slow to respond again after pressing them. (Only a few keys).
Otherwise the piano feels great to play and sounds great.
I am an artist, and I play and record this piano from time to time. Here are some examples, so you can hear and see the piano in action for yourself:
I am asking $500. Buyer will have to pay the moving cost.
Includes piano bench that goes with the piano.
I am selling it because I am moving to Austin, TX in a month!
By buying this you are also supporting me as an artist!
I document my independent creative work and pay here, if you’re interested in learning a bit more about the artist you would be buying from: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fPK4ihiY-lKlc9VxveUBBg7_HarflbXBLgukCu97tHg/edit?usp=sharing