Compared to other pianos, these sound 'smoother': the soundboard area greatly affects and improves the clarity and quality of the bass.
George Steck primarily built square grand pianos during these first few years, and his pianos quickly gained praise and popularity around the country.
The Model is GS-42F and the Serial Number is KZ8400.
Add to this, grand piano rims are made of maple, just the same as Steinway uses for its grand piano rims.I have been trying to sell it for almost six months.I'm currently rebuilding a Steck 4'7" which I thought was dated from 1903, but the only number I find on the key bed, the key frame, the key slip and the pedal lyre is 5493. You've certrainly torn it down enough to see if there is a hidden serial number somewhere! That could be why you can't find the serial number. Trying to fully RESTORE means everything new and top quality.Based on the serial numbers that you have given this George Steck Piano was built between 1955 to 1958Your piano is an upright, you can use these measurements below to know if it is a console. Spinet 36 to 40 inches Consoles 42 to 44 inches Studio range from 45 to 47 inches Full Upright 48 to 52 inches Hello again Josh Sorry for the very late reply, I was just able to logged in here today. These values are for reference only, please take note that it is impossible to determine the value of your piano without a qualified technician seeing it. By entering this site you declare you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.Anyways, in good condition these can sell from 0 to 0.
Each piano is made with a Vacuum Cast plate like Yamaha and Kawai.