The Serial Number is typically located in the vicinity of the Tuning Pins and more specifically between the bass and tenor tuning pins. Most commonly, there is a small oval shaped hole (or cut-out) in the cast iron plate (painted gold color) and the Serial Number is stamped into the wood beneath the plate.
How do you identify a player piano?
In most pianos, the brand name and serial number can be found inside the instrument near the soundboard or strings. Upright pianos usually have the brand name and serial number located inside the piano, on the back near the top of the strings.
Where is the model number on a Kawai?
Where is the Model Number on a Kawai Piano?For Kawai grand pianos, the model number can be found on the iron plate under the music desk on the right side of the instrument (near the tuning pins). For Kawai upright pianos, the model name/number is located on the top right side of the iron plate (near the tuning pins).More items
How do you tell what year a piano is?
Many pianos will have a 4, 5 or 6 digit serial number to identify the age of the piano. Using this number, along with the manufacturer, the age of the piano can sometimes be determined.
How do I find my Kawai serial number?
For Kawai grand pianos, the serial number is found on the iron plate under the music desk on the right side of the piano (near the tuning pins). You may have to “slide out” the music desk to see it.
How do you get rid of old pianos?
One way to dispose of an old piano is to donate it. However, the size of your piano and the condition that it is in plays a large role in whether or not an organizations will accept your donation. There are many places that accept piano donations, including: Nonprofit organizations.
What model piano do I have?
Open the lid and look above the keyboard area. Look in front of the soundboard in either corner. Look along the inside plate holes or it may be in one of the circles stamped into the soundboard. The number may be stamped under the piano.
Are player pianos worth anything?
What is my piano worth? The Average Value of a regular, unrestored Upright Player Piano varies from about $200-$2000, depending on the type/quality of the cabinet and the reputation of the manufacture. Non-name brand units with all straight lines are the most common and the least valuable.