Are Sohmer pianos any good?

Even though Sohmer and Co. has changed ownership many times over the last several decades, many consider the pianos made today under the Sohmer name to be high-quality and reminiscent of the Sohmer Pianos of old. Continuity in quality is just one of the reasons that these fine pianos were, and are, so popular.

How much is a Sohmer upright piano worth?

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Year Details Price
1976 Sohmer Maple Upright $700
1986 Sohmer & Co. Studio size piano $1,500
1985 Sohmer & Co Upright 42″ Model #34-96 $500
?? Somer Primrose Piano $200

Are Sohmer pianos still made?

Sohmer is now a line of pianos manufactured by Samick Music Corporation in Korea.

Who makes Sohmer pianos?

Samick Music Corp.
Today, Korea-based Samick Music Corp. owns the Sohmer name and lines of pianos. Despite the change of ownership, Sohmer and Co., is still one of the leading piano brands in the world.

Where is the serial number on a Sohmer piano?

Upright or vertical piano serial numbers can usually be found by lifting the lid and looking inside on the gold harp or plate. It is usually not necessary to remove the upper front panel to find the serial number (as in this picture).

How much should I sell my piano for?

How Much Are Pianos Worth?

Piano Type Age Approximate Value Range
Steinway & Sons 40+ years $1,000- $15,000 “shell value”
Steinway & Sons 5-10 years Around 80% of new $60,000 to $90,000
Steinway & Sons 10-20 years 60-70 % of new $45,000 to $70,000
Steinway & Sons 20-30 years 50% of new $40,000 – $60,000

How can I tell how old my piano is?

Pianos also have other numbers printed on them such as part numbers and many other pianos do not have a serial number at all. Many pianos will have a 4, 5 or 6 digit serial number to identify the age of the piano. Using this number, along with the manufacturer, the age of the piano can sometimes be determined.