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Steinway Models

The plan drawings and information on this page will give you some idea of the space required when selecting the Steinway piano that is right for you, by outlining the dimensions of each Steinway grand piano model.

Model S - 155

Model S - 155

Dimensions of a Baby Grand Piano
  • Length 5' 1" (155 cm)
  • Width 4' 9½" (146.5cm)
  • Net weight 252kg
  • Introduced in 1936
  • Manufactured in Hamburg and New York
  • 26 bass notes
Model M - 170

Model M - 170

Dimensions of a Miniature Grand
  • Length 5' 6" (170cm)
  • Width 4' 9½" (146.5cm)
  • Net weight 275kg
  • Introduced in 1914
  • Manufactured in Hamburg and New York
  • 26 bass notes
Model ) - 180

Model O - 180

Dimensions of a Miniature Grand
  • Length 5' 10" (180cm)
  • Width 4' 9½" (146.5cm)
  • Net weight 280kg
  • Introduced in 1900
  • Manufactured in Hamburg and New York (Discontinued in New York in 1923)
  • 26 bass notes
Model L - 180

Model L - 180

Dimensions of a Miniature Grand
  • Length 5' 11" (182cm)
  • Width 4' 10" (148cm)
  • Net weight 277kg
  • Introduced in 1923
  • Manufactured in New York
  • 26 bass notes
Model A - 188

Model A - 188

Dimensions of a Miniature Grand
  • Length 6' 2" (188cm)
  • Width 4' 10" (148cm)
  • Net weight 315kg
  • Introduced in 1896
  • Manufactured in Hamburg
  • 20 bass notes
Model B - 211

Model B - 211

Dimensions of a Drawing Room Grand Piano
  • Length 6' 11" (211cm)
  • Width 4' 10" (148cm)
  • Net weight 345kg
  • Introduced in 1884
  • Manufactured in Hamburg and New York
  • 20 bass notes
Model C - 227

Model C - 227

Dimensions of a Small Concert Grand
  • Length 7' 5" (227 cm)
  • Width 5' 1" (155cm)
  • Net weight 400kg
  • Introduced in 1885
  • Manufactured in Hamburg and New York (Discontinued in New York in 1913)
  • 20 bass notes
Model D - 274

Model D - 274

Dimensions of an Orchestral Concert Grand
  • Length 8' 10" (274cm)
  • Width 5' 2" (157cm)
  • Net weight 480kg
  • Introduced in 1884
  • Manufactured in Hamburg and New York
  • 20 bass notes

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