If you've been thinking, "I'm looking for a piano store near me Phoenix, AZ residents trust most," look no further than Southwest Pianos. We have the largest selection of pianos in the Greater Scottsdale, Phoenix, & Tempe Area. We offer new Fazioli, Sauter, Petrof, Hailun and Casio pianos. Along with a wide selection of Certified Pre-Owned Steinway, Yamaha, and Kawai Pianos. We also carry most brands of pre-owned pianos.
Steinway is one of if not the most well known piano companies in the world. This particular instrument was built in the United States in 1901 with an amazing walnut finish and gorgeous cabinetry, unlike any other. The piano was just rebuilt in Germany and shipped here with all new and updated parts inside and out, keeping it a Top-Teir piano that you can expect from a Steinway. This Model A is a must see!
Like any Steinway should, this is a true high quality instrument on the top of the piano ranges and is perfect for all types of players.
At Southwest Pianos, you will interact with technicians and pianists, not salespeople. That's why we are the piano store Scottsdale, AZ musicians love.
Price Match Guarantee
If you show proof of a competitor’s advertised price for an identical product, and the price is confirmed and verified, we will happily match the price or refund the difference.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
All of our pre-owned pianos are inspected, certified, and issued a 5-year parts and labor warranty. And, if you're not happy with your purchase, we offer returns and exchanges at no cost (except for a moving charge).
When you begin looking for a new or pre-owned piano, the number of options can be intimidating. Owning a piano is an investment, and you want to make sure you pick the right model.
Before entering a piano store, knowing what size of piano your home can accommodate is important. Walking in with measurements and constraints is an important first step. If you’re low on space, consider looking at upright pianos.
The piano is a stringed keyboard instrument in which the strings are struck by wooden hammers that are coated with a softer material. It is played using a keyboard, which is a row of keys that the performer presses down or strikes with the fingers and thumbs of both hands to cause the hammers to strike the strings. It was invented in Italy by Bartolomeo Cristofori around the year 1700.
When this family from the greater Phoenix area came into Southwest Pianos, we started the exciting process of finding the perfect piano for them.
They were looking for a grand piano for their daughter to begin piano lessons with, we had the perfect piano for her! This certified Kawai Grand Piano felt just right.