B252 Concert Vertical
If you’re looking for the voice of a concert grand in a smaller body then look no further than Baldwin’s Concert Vertical Model B252. The B252 is the newest version of Baldwin’s largest upright piano, and provides as much total soundboard area as a 6'3" grand. This piano features a special design that supports longer bass strings which produce a rich and resonant tone normally associated with a grand piano.
The B252 is housed in a beautiful, classically styled cabinet that fits beautifully in any décor—from traditional to contemporary to school to rehearsal hall. The soundboard and ribs are constructed of spruce, while the precision-notched bridge is made from hard rock maple. The carefully designed geometry of its Full Blow Direct Action delivers an exceptionally responsive touch. The European style keys are made from spruce with hardwood reinforcements, and all corners of the keys are rounded and polished for an elegant, sophisticated look. The keys are also covered with a special coating that resists stains and chipping.
A piano naturally becomes the focal point of any room, and if your space is limited, you'll want to fill it with the finest piano built. The Baldwin B252 is the best in its class. Find it at your nearest authorized Baldwin piano dealer.
Baldwin has been “America’s Favorite Piano” ever since company founder D.H. Baldwin vowed to manufacture “the best piano that can be built” over 100 years ago. From concert stages to recording studios to family music rooms, Baldwin Professional Series pianos continue to set the industry standard for innovative design, classic styling and outstanding performance at an unbeatable price.
Baldwin’s commitment to the art of crafting quality pianos has long been recognized by individuals who demand the best. Regardless of the genre, a Baldwin piano speaks the language of music with eloquence and passion. Golden tones ring with definition and authority. Keys respond to the subtlest command. No matter which Baldwin you choose, you’ll own an instrument that is preferred by many of today’s finest pianists, composers, conductors, studios, symphony orchestras and performance venues.