Piano Sales

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“A Home Based Piano Boutique”

Our shop is hidden in a modest house in Olympia’s Upper Eastside neighborhood

By Appointment Only

Unless otherwise noted, all prices include: Tax, basic delivery (difficult moves are extra), first in-home tuning, basic humidity control system, 5-year warranty, and 50% discount on annual service for the first 5 years.

Featured Piano!
1969 Yamaha C3 Conservatory Grand
Was $15,750 – Now on sale for $14,995. Includes tax, delivery, tuning and humidity control system.

A new Yamaha like this costs over $40,000

includes 5-year Warranty and discounts on future tuning

A beautifully well-preserved one-owner locally purchased piano!

Audio clip below – Ryan Sowers improvising – headphones or good speakers recommended.

This piano was purchased originally by a local much-loved and respected piano teacher and client of ours.  Soundboard is in pristine condition, strings are shiny, keys are smooth, but not loose, and the hammers are in beautiful shape with many years of use left in them.

The finish has some minor wear and tear and a few of the keys have a hairline crack that is strictly cosmetic.

New Listing! 1986 Steinway Model 1098 46 ½” Upright Piano

Beautiful one owner piano includes all service records since it was purchased new in 1987.  Meticulously maintained by top technicians. Light and lively touch and colorful tone.

New Model 1098 List price is over $32,000! Click the link below for an audio sample – headphones or good speakers recommended.

Priced to sell at $6500

Audio clip: Ryan Sowers playing selection from Chopin Nocturne Op. 9, no 1


Previously Restored 1914 Walnut Steinway “M” 5’7″ Grand

Offered at $14,995

Private Sale: Buyer responsible for tax, delivery, etc.

This beautiful Steinway belongs to one of our clients who needs to downsize.  It was restored by her mother and sounds and plays great!



1996 Steinway B #537941 7′ Grand Piano – $42000

Private Sale – buyer is responsible for moving, tuning, etc.

Highly desirable one-owner Steinway model “B” 7′ Ebony grand piano. It has been under our care for several years. Please contact us if you have any technical questions. It is in good regulation and has been receiving excellent ongoing maintenance including voicing. It has a full Dampp-chaser humidity control system.

Adjustable artist bench included

The case could use some minor touch up and polishing. Downsizing and health issues force sale.

Price of a new Steinway B is approximately $100,000


6′  1893 Hamburg Steinway Model “A” Grand. 85 note ivory keyboard $12,000
On Sale Now for $11,450 Out the door!

Click HERE for more pictures

It received extensive restoration in the 1970’s including new strings, hammers, and “modernized” legs and music desk. Light action and beautifully mellow tone. Case has moderate wear and tear.

 Why Buy a Piano From Us?


 Our overhead is super low, because we are a real “Mom and Pop” operation. Our little piano shop is located at our home near downtown Olympia, so we don’t have to pay for commercial retail space. We are family owned and operated and we don’t hire professional salespeople. That means the money you pay for our instruments goes into refined workmanship that makes our play and sound better than others you may have tried. Yet, if you compare our prices you’ll see we are very competitive.


 We service pianos for many of the prestigious teachers and performers in the area.  Ryan ‘s dedication to the Piano Technicians Guild has allowed him to study with some of the most well-respected technicians in the United States. Ryan has received specialized training at both Yamaha North American Headquarters in Los Angeles, and the Steinway & Sons factory in New York. Ryan’s résumé


As an advanced pianist, Ryan can experience the instrument not just as a technician, but as a musician. This allows him to bring a level of refinement to his technical work that would not otherwise be possible.

No Pressure

When you come to see one of our pianos you won’t be pressured into making a decision right away. In fact, we always encourage people to take their time when purchasing a piano.  What is important is that you make the right choice for you. Since you’ll be dealing directly with the technician you’ll be sure to get accurate information without all the sales hype. Even if you don’t buy one of our pianos it will be an educational experience.

We have a few pianos in the wings! Two mid-century spinets: a Baldwin Acrosonic and an Everett.  Both will be priced around $2700. Also a mid-century Wurlitzer 45″ studio piano in great shape for $3200.