On occasion, we receive a piano that excites those in our company who study the history of rare and unique pianos. This instrument falls into that category. The Mathushek Spinet Grand was designed in the 1930s and made to look entirely different from pianos made during that era. The piano was widely praised for its tone and touch, taking its inspiration from century-old square grands but using a new, improved scale and modern action.
Sadly, the post-depression years took their toll on the company forcing it to close. As a result, only a few Spinet Grands were made. These pianos are rare and loved by pianists, historians, and collectors. This instrument has been beautifully refurbished and still has many years of musical life remaining. It comes with a matching bench, a three-year parts and labor warranty, and our 100% lifetime trade-up option.