The Piano Doctor at theYellow Barn - Upscaled, Restored, Pianos, Furniture & More

Let us broker your piano!

Some we have restored or reconditioned as needed and now offer for sale. Others we have contracted to sell for clients. We do not deal with cheaply made, low quality pianos. If we purchase a piano in order to re-sell it we first carefully inspect it to make sure that it is in good shape, or that any repairs or upgrades that we make to it will have integrity. We will then do the work we feel is needed within reason. If we are going to sell a piano for you, you may need to hire us to do some work to it prior to offering it for sale.
 
We also have instruments that are in need of restoration or in the process of restoration. If you are looking for a fine grand such as a Steinway, and we have the model you are looking for, you may secure it as is and have us restore it for you. Or, if we do not have it in our inventory, we may know where and how we can get it for you.
 
Let us find you a piano!

In addition, if you give us the basic details as to what you want in a piano, as well as a reasonable price range that you are willing to afford, we can often find the right instrument for you, saving you the hassle of attempting to make a sound purchase in a field that you probably know little about. We have matched many people up with instruments this way.
 
Feel free to call or email us concerning any instrument you see here on our website, or to discuss your piano needs and "wants".  Thank you for your interest.

Currently available for sale:






















The instrument pictured here is a beautiful Mason & Hamlin Model A Grand Piano Serial #31258 manufactured around 1923.  Size is 5' 8".  The piano received a major overhaul some years ago and is in excellent condition. At that time it had new hammers & shanks installed, a new pinblock, with repair and refinishing of the soundboard, new strings, new tuning pins and damper felts, and of course regulation of all components. Recently, we went over the entire piano, performing tuning and some minor reconditioning and voicing work and to verify the integrity of the entire instrument. The keys have their original ivory and ebony on them and they are in great shape.



























As you can see, the brown mahogany finish is in excellent condition. Only a few minor dings and scratches exist here and there from usage.  It really is gorgeous.  Although not visible in this photo there is a complete humidity control system installed on the piano. This ensures much better tuning stability and longer life as a result.
















The piano is owned by a local music instructor and has been used for teaching and music composition. It is readily available to be seen and played. The tone and touch is very much typical of what Mason & Hamlin became famous for: full, warm, and rich, yet plenty of power available when needed.  This is a true musician's piano. You will not be disappointed.  Call for an appointment to play it.  Located in the Seacoast area.  Price is $18,500.00

For more historical background on Mason & Hamlin pianos please visit: www.antiquepianoshop.com



Feel free to call, text, or email us if you have any 
questions regarding this, or any other instrument. We also perform pre-purchase inspection of any piano you may have found and want to verify its present condition. (This puts you in a much better negotiating position when you know what it needs).
 

Cell Phone:  603-686-2395  (Texting will usually get a quicker response).

E-Mail: pianodoctor57@gmail.com
 
 
 
 
 We also partner with reputable firms like Rick Jones Pianos in Beltsville, MD in finding good pianos for our clients. He has a very wide selection of used instruments available. We know him personally from the time we spent living and working in the Washington, DC area. http://www.rickjonespianos.com  Please tell him we sent you.
 
 
 
 
  Please let us know about any work you want done by us on your family heirloom.  We have been restoring fine grand and vertical pianos for 42 years to date. They are usually stunningly beautiful to look at, as well as gorgeous sounding when properly restored, at a fraction of the cost of a comparable new instrument. However, the emotional impact of a family-owned instrument essentially "brought back from the dead" is difficult to describe. We have experienced this many times. We have hundreds of satisfied customers!  

If you want to contact The Piano Doctor directly, please email Peter Grey at pianodoctor57@gmail.com.  Thank you!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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