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Lyon & Healy Upright Console Piano in Perfect Condition - $2,000 (Las Vegas)

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condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Lyon & Healy
Lyon & Healy Upright Console Piano in Perfect Condition
It comes with the bench and bunch of sheet music.

Lyon & Healy was established by George W. Lyon and Patrick J in Chicago. Healy in 1864. The company began manufacturing their own pianos and organs in about 1876. By the early 20th Century, Lyon & Healy was building a complete line of upright pianos, player pianos, and grand pianos.

Console pianos are a great option for beginner or intermediate players looking to upgrade from digital pianos or keyboards. The console is the most common size for a vertical piano, and equips “compact action” with shorter hammers than a larger upright piano. Due to the action’s placement over the keys, rather than under (as in a spinet piano), a console typically plays better than a spinet. The console piano is a few inches taller than a spinet, but shorter than a studio model.

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