“Musical Standout & Good Value”
– “The Piano Book”, Larry Fine
The driving force of the Matchless Cunningham Piano is to address a present need – to offer a premium instrument that gives an artistic performance at an affordable price. The positive feedback from our clients has been immediate. Our client list is as impressive as the piano itself. Schools, teachers, artists, and students have all given us the most impressive praise possible … they have invested in purchasing the New Matchless Cunningham piano for themselves. After all, it is a part of Philadelphia history.
With the help of legendary piano designer George F. Emerson, the expert piano technicians of Cunningham’s piano family, and the award winning Ningbo Hailun Musical Instruments, the New Matchless Cunningham has been created from the ground up using the highest quality piano parts available and the best construction techniques. Building upon the traditions founded by Patrick J. Cunningham in 1891, the New Cunningham combines massive maple piano rims with wet sand cast plates that sing and sustain.
For a concert hall, nothing less than nine feet can be considered. To the concert pianist, anything smaller is not a piano. The sheer volume that comes out of the Matchless Concert Grand is breathtaking. This Concert Grand does not just soar over a full orchestra, you...
Overwhelmingly the choice of the professional musician, the Matchless Parlour Grand is designed to impress. At almost six feet in length, this is the ultimate instrument for both home and institutional use. Its substantial soundboard and extended strings allow for a...read more
At a length of 5' 4", this powerhouse Matchless Studio Grand is your dependable friend and your artistic colleague. With a special scale pattern that creates a perfectly smooth voice throughout all registers, this instrument is equally comfortable as the beginner’s...read more
The smallest in the grand line, the Matchless Baby Grand is designed to offer the maximum amount of tone while not physically overwhelming a room. The incorporation of a wide-tail scale creates a larger soundboard surface area than is normally found in a piano that is...read more