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This 37-Key spinet from Schoenhut is chic, educational, and durable. With three octaves and a keyboard that is almost half the size of an adult piano, the Traditional Deluxe Spinet is perfect for children in between the toddler and pre-teen ages. Unique chime-like tones are created by small hammers striking metal rods, producing a charming sound that will have young pianists mesmerized. The width of the keys promotes proper finger placement in budding musicians, creating an excellent foundation for the transition to an adult, 88-key piano! Includes: Schoenhut’s patented Tri-Play Learning System and bench.
Schoenhut meets and exceeds the safety standards implemented in the United States and Europe, including EN17, ASTM, and CPSIA.
Dimensions: 20 x 16 x 8 Weight: 13 lbs
Founded in 1872, the Schoenhut Piano Company, has brought to life the same, patented, state-of-the-art toy piano that has made a name for itself time-and-time again. Find Schoenhut pianos in the homes of the who’s who in music and their fine-tuned toddler. Schoenhut is one of the first companies in the world to scale down the size of a piano for the up and coming – to deliver on the look and feel of a real piano careful not to impede upon the sound quality.
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Can it be tuned?
Please See the Below Statement from the SChoenhut Brand:
Listed below is a procedure for adjusting the tone. However, please keep in mind that the beauty of this miniature toy piano, is in its individuality, which makes ownership unique to that instrument.
Schoenhut toy pianos are famous for their lovely chime-like notes. The tone quality is excellent, considering the instrument is, as indicated, a "toy." Although these little instruments lack the precision tuning of a real piano or that of our 49-key stringed pianos, professional musicians who use them in performances find the slightly discordant sounds captivating, as do their audiences.
For "extra" fine-tuning your piano:
Notes that are too flat: File the wire. Proceed in very small increments, checking the tone frequently to avoid overcorrecting.
Notes that are too sharp: Adjust by adding a bit of weight to the affected key's bar (wire). Wrap fine copper wire a turn or two around the end. When the tuning is correct, affix with a dot of super glue.