Mason & Hamlin Pianos
Since 1854 Mason & Hamlin pianos have set the standard for what a piano should be with their choice of materials, unrivaled longevity, and characteristic sound. From the last century to today, there is and has been no other piano like a Mason & Hamlin
"The tone of Mason & Hamlin pianos is typically American — lush, singing, and powerful, like a Steinway in basic character, but with an even more powerful bass and a clearer treble."
Since 1854, Mason & Hamlin pianos have stunned the world, using only the finest materials and time-honored methods to produce the "World's Finest Piano." Whether played in concert halls, conservatories, or homes, their distinctive tone, bell-like treble, and thunderous bass are awe-inspiring to behold.
Unlike other piano makers, the founders, Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin, were American born and bred. That difference was evident in the sound: a near-perfect balance of American and European sensibilities. Where traditional German piano manufacturing strove for clarity and precision, Mason and Hamlin pianos are known for their solid, sturdy construction. In fact, they're the heaviest pianos on earth, being built to last generations.
Relying on the finest American craftsman, Mason & Hamlin produces an impressive variety of pianos, from the colossal concert grand, the 9'4" Model CC to the Model 50, an upright perfect for the domestic market. Perhaps most notable is the Artist series: these exceptional instruments were crafted to delight audiences, giving experienced pianists a piano to match their abilities.
Indeed, Mason & Hamlin pianos may look timeless, however, beneath the surface over a century of innovation are found. One such innovation is the state-of-the-art Wessell, Nickel, & Gross Composite Actions that have the durability to outperform any wooden action by over three times as long.
Browse our incredible collection of Mason and Hamlin pianos – we promise you'll be impressed.