*Sold for $14,999* 1999 5′ 4″ Boston Grand Piano – Designed by Steinway

We originally sold this Boston grand piano back in 1999 and is still in new condition! It’s manufactured by Kawai but designed by Steinway! It has a very warm and mellow tone that any discriminating musician will love. The beautiful mahogany wood really showcases the high quality craftsmanship that cheaper pianos just cannot provide. If purchased new, it would cost you well over $30,000. This single owner piano has been tuned and maintained each year and comes with a 2 year parts and labor warranty and a free in home tuning with purchase.

*Sold for $17,999* 2005 Yamaha C3 6′ 1″ Conservatory Grand Piano

This remarkable piano is ready for it’s new home! It was purchased brand new from Bill Jones Music in 2005 and has been tuned and maintained annually. It has a soft tone in the middle yet bold and powerful in the bass. These retail brand new $58,000 so grab this one 1/3rd the price! Kept in a nice Farragut home, this piano was played and loved daily. Serious inquires only, please send a message to learn more.

*Sold for $2,499* 1988 5′ 1″ Samick Grand Piano

Looking for a grand piano on a budget? We have this 1988 Samick Grand Piano that may be a good fit. It needs a bit of TLC, but for the price its a great value. Sold AS IS! Come by Bill Jones Music if you’d like to give it a try!

If you would like more information, please send daniel@billjonesmusic.com an email and he will respond as quickly as he can.

*Sold for $22,000* Steinway Model M 5′ 7″ Grand Piano

Wow, what a piano! It is in the classic Steinway satin finish, has a soft and smooth action, mellow tone yet has the punch and growl you’d expect in such a fine piano.

The Model M offers beautiful, concert sound in a convenient size. The most popular and well-rounded Steinway, the Model M is fashioned as the “Studio Grand” for your home. Measuring 5’7” in length, the Model M is ideal for smaller, more intimate spaces.

By designing a piano at this scale, Steinway & Sons envisioned the Model M for the home and specific institutional and professional uses where space is limited. Yet, the Steinway quality of sound and performance is not sacrificed. The Model M is known for its range of tone, quick responsive action and power in a compact size.


Length: 5’ 7” (170cm)
Width: 57 ¾ (147 cm)
Weight: 560 pounds (275 kg)
Introduced: 1911