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Comparing two spinets #1461543
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I am trying to decide which piano to buy: a 1954 Knabe spinet or a 1965 Cable-Nelson spinet. Both are in very good condition, very well maintained and similarly priced.

Anyone has experience to be able say which one is a better buy - which one plays better, sound, quality, durability, holding the tune, etc.?

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Why would you want either when there are so many better pianos out there?

A Yugo in good condition may be better than a Fiat in lousy condition, but you would not want either of them for everyday driving.


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Because of the price and because these two are in good shape. These are the two decent pianos that we have found that are in our price range. We are not professional players, just want to have a piano at home to train on. Just that we need to decide which one to go for. I'd appreciate any advice...

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Go by whichever one sounds and plays better to you, and internals deemed to be in workable condition by a technician (no broken action parts, and making sure the piano will actually hold a tune- you can't judge that as a layperson just by looking at it). Are there significant cracks at the bridge pins, missing strings, soundboard issues, stuck keys?

Very well-maintained means serviced at least annually by a tech. Can the seller provide receipts or the contact info for their technician? It has been my experience that everyone always says their piano is in "good condition"...

Otherwise, I'm with BDB; or if you're really so strapped for cash, an 88-key weighted hammer action digital may be better. Note that some stores do rent upright pianos out for a reasonable cost as well.


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Thanks for the advice!

We considered digital, but decided to go with acoustic - don't want to train on a digital. And don't want to rent..

I know that the Cable-Nelson has been serviced annually so far and was being played regularly until recently. The Knabe, not so much.

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Wait for something better. These are like a 45 year old car that has 400,000 miles on it versus a 56 year old car that has 5,000 miles on it. Neither condition is desirable.

You realize that you have not given any real information about these pianos, or yourself. If you tell us where your local Craigslist is, I could probably find you a better piano within a month.


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I see nothing wrong with buying a spinet piano. Yes, there are many better pianos out there; even an upgrade from a spinet to a console is a big difference from what I understand. My first acoustic piano was a spinet, and I still have it. Thats basically the piano I learned to play on, and still practice religiously with it. Sure the action is noisy, and probably a bit uneven, but it still holds a tune. I also own an 88-key full weighted hammer action keyboard, and would take my sloppy spinet's action over the keyboard's any day....Although the grand has both of them beat by far....just my two cents.


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I am buying the piano for my children to learn on. This is going to be our first piano. And, I want to get this done in a day or two, rather than waiting.

There is not much more that I know about these two pianos, just that the Knabe looks much prettier as a furniture, but I don't want that to be a factor. Both are being sold by the original owner.

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This isn't the answer you're going to want to hear, but it's just hard for us to know. You are doing the piano equivalent of choosing between buying a 12-year-old Cavalier and a 12-year-old Escort. After 12 years it doesn't matter what Consumer Reports said which one was better when it was new. What matters is how well it was cared for over the years. This choice is the same thing. Find out who was servicing the Cable-Nelson, call him up and ask him if he remembers the piano and what he thinks of it. Or spend the $100 to have someone look at each of them for you and tell you which one is the better choice.

Odds are you could just flip a coin and pick one, and it won't actually make very much difference. Most spinet pianos were not intended as high quality musical instruments even when they were new, they were built to a price point for family musical enjoyment. If anyone gets serious enough with the piano to realize whether one would have been a better choice than the other, you'll understand you need a better piano than either of them.

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pd1500,

I think that is a very valid answer and it makes a lot of sense to me. Thank you very much.

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1500 what, dollars??



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It was a reply to the member "pd1500".

Re: Comparing two spinets [Re: Danad] #1461640
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Danad,

Are you SURE the Knabe is a spinet? While most of the Cable Nelsons from the 1960's were plain old spinets, I'm not so sure about the Knabe. I can really only recall Knabe consoles from this period.

Normally I would choose the newer piano but I really think you might be looking at a Knabe console, even though the cabinet is compact and may not appear to be much different from a spinet.

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Nick,

Yes, it is a spinet, 1954. It is 39'' tall - that makes it a spinet for sure, right?

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Not necessarily - I never remember seeing a 36" Knabe, which is the standard height for spinets.

Based on the height alone, get the Knabe. There is a chance it could have a drop action but I don't think so, or if it does at least it is taller.

I just can't remember if the Knabe 'console' had a drop action or not. In any case most would not classify it as a spinet by virtue of its height.


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Re: Comparing two spinets [Re: Nick Mauel] #1461663
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The more I think about it, I'm quite certain that the Knabe is NOT a spinet.


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Here is an image, this is not the piano that I am looking to buy, but it looks exactly the same: http://www.onofriopiano.com/images/To%20Post%20Piano%20Pics/Knabe%2040in.jpg

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You could examine it technically to make sure, but still in terms of size and cabinetry I'd say it's superior to a 1960's Cable Nelson - unless that's a console, too!


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Thanks, Nick. Both sellers also say that the pianos are spinet, but perhaps they are wrong.

I also read that Knabe pianos were being produced by Aeolian, under the Knabe name, at the time that the Knabe piano I am considering was made (1950s), and that Aeolian made pianos are no good. Any ideas?

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I believe that most of the decline and eventual demise of the Aeolian brands including Knabe occurred after 1959, which is when Aeolian was acquired by the Winter Piano Co.

Before 1959 you should be in good shape!

Also, console owners do often refer to their pianos as spinets by mistake.


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1500 dollars for a 1954 spinet?


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"I am buying the piano for my children to learn on. This is going to be our first piano. And, I want to get this done in a day or two, rather than waiting."

Danad, I always feel happy to know that a dad is doing something to help his kids learn about music. So, my congratulations on that part.

I do understand about a parent's time and budget limits. You're being realistic about that.

A kid needs an instrument that they don't have to fight with to get a sound out, or to get the keys to go down right. Anyone who is buying a used piano will benefit from having a qualified piano tech inspect it for condition. It costs in the neighborhood of $100, and can save you a great deal more money than that. Try http://ptg.org to find one in your area.

They can also tell you if the asking price is reasonable (many sellers think their old piano is worth a fortune--- wrong, usually), and sometimes they know of good used instruments for sale. Anyway, you'll be needing one to keep it in tune and in repair.


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I think it's pretty normal to see spinets for sale on Craigslist for $600-800. If the asking price of $1500 for a 1954 spinet is correct, that is way too much IMHO.

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The prices of both are very similar and in the $400 - $500 range, nowhere near $1500.

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I would suggest looking for a Baldwin Hamilton upright. I have often seen them in your price range. Within the past few years I have bought 3 of them - a 1951 for $400, a 1956 for $349, and a 1950 for free, and currently have two of those. (I also play the 1951 on some Sundays but I no longer own/posess it. I really love that piano.) I've seen several others in that price range as well. I personally like the ones from about 1949 to about 1986 or so.
Chances are a Hamilton won't be as pretty as the pianos you're looking at, but unless they've been absolutely horribly mistreated, I'm sure they'll be MUCH better than either of the pianos you're looking at. They did make some decorative models starting in the late 1960s, too. I think one member (can't remember) got a 1969 or so decorative model for $700 that was in excellent condition. I personally like the plain (school piano) models, as the music desk takes the entire width of the piano.

So I would STRONGLY suggest getting a Baldwin Hamilton if you can. If you don't have room for one (ceilings too low, for example wink ) and you HAVE to get a spinet, I would recommend a Baldwin Acrosonic. Most of those that I have played are preferred, by me, over most grand under 5 feet. I've also heard good things about Yamaha spinets, but can't really say much on those. The one or two I remember seeing was probably in poor shape, and was blown out of the water by some Acrosonics I have played.
As for other brands... I've heard Everett studio uprights can be good. Another brand to look at MAY(??) possibly be Wurlitzer, but I don't know about their quality. Question for those more knowledgeable than me.... Are Wurlitzer pianos generally fairly good, or are a couple of my friends very lucky? One of them has a Wurlitzer spinet, and the other has a Wurlitzer studio upright, both built, I believe, in 1955. The only comparable-sized pianos I can remember playing that I thought were better (than those Wurlitzers) were Baldwins.



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Wurlizter is "OK". Not as good as Hamilton or Yamaha. Some Wurlizters develop expensive problems at 10 years, while some have 0 problems after 30.

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I just tuned a Knabe similar to that one. It is a console, with the action on the keys, rather than behind them. It has the pedal lyre, which is a big pain if there is any work that needs to be done on the bottom of the piano.

The important difference between a spinet and a console is the action. Spinet actions are difficult to work on if anything goes wrong with them, or even if you just want them to work better.

The other piano could be a console as well. The problem with consoles is that because the actions are smaller, the forces on them are greater, and they wear out faster.

This time of year, you can find studio pianos, in the 45" range, pretty cheap. They are much better.


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You've gotten such good counsel - the board did a good job. Given your situation, a console would be preferable. I would second the opinion above for the Baldwin Hamilton - kind of the Ford 150 of pianos...which you can probably find for the price you're asking - but if time is of the essence...

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By this point, you probably don't want anymore opinions, but I feel compelled to put my 2 cents worth in.

From a tuner / technician's viewpoint, I would have to say that the older Knabe's that I've worked on over the years have for the most part been very well made pianos.

It's obvious that a lot of people love Baldwin Hamiltons, but for myself, I've never been a big fan. I usually don't like either the tone or the touch on the typical Hamilton that I have worked on. Possibly because I see so many Hamiltons in school practice rooms where they have not received the best of treatment.

If I were to chose a smaller Baldwin, my preference would actually be for an Acrosonic, which I usually like quite a bit, even though it is a spinet.

These are just personal observations, and opinions vary. Obviously.

I would second the opinions of others who have encouraged you to look around. It's a buyers market for pianos in many locations, and you might find a nice studio upright for a price you can afford. Chuck Behm


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Yes, the Baldwin Acrosonic is a spinet but with the "lungs" of a much larger piano, in my opinion. Notice I liken the action to a living thing.


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