Amro Music has curated an exclusive line of the finest acoustic and digital pianos with your needs in mind. Our pianos are available at every price point, new and used, to ensure that we can help anyone fulfill their musical goals. Explore the brands below to find out more about the unique qualities of each of the lines we carry.
Since 1853, STEINWAY & SONS has been dedicated to making the finest pianos in the world. Stieinway's pioneering handcrafted methods are still employed today to ensure their uncompromising standards of quality, in turn ensuring that the STEINWAY remains the peerless instrument of uncompromising expression.
Handcrafting each Steinway requires up to one full year – creating an instrument of rare quality and global renown. Not surprisingly, Steinway remains the choice of 9 out of 10 concert artists, and countless pianists, composers, and performers around the world.
Amro Music has been the exclusive provider of Steinway & Sons pianos to the Mid-South since 1964.
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Why are Steinway and Sons pianos considered the Finest Pianos in the World?
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Responsiveness. Precision. Intuitive grace. A superior musical instrument can be recognized by the degree to which it allows the player to express vision without interference — with nothing coming between the fingers on the keyboard and the music in the air.
Such is the experience of playing a Boston. Designed by STEINWAY & SONS, employing the unique patents and expertise that have made the name STEINWAY synonymous with excellence, the Boston line of grand and upright pianos represents a singular achievement in instrument building: a superior playing experience at a price level never before thought possible.
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Boston’s innovative “wide tail” design permits a 5'10" Boston grand the same soundboard area as a typical 6'2" grand piano, creating the power, richness and feel of playing a much larger instrument.
Each Boston soundboard is crafted of solid Sitka spruce, long proven to be the most resonant material available. Boston soundboards are also precisely tapered, which allows them to vibrate more freely. Add a number of special technologies—unique patents of STEINWAY & SONS—and the result is a powerful, sustained tone.
STEINWAY & SONS Senior Mechanical Engineer Susan Kenagy on how the Boston piano has inherited the STEINWAY DNA.
We believe so strongly in Boston pianos that we give every purchaser a Lifetime Guaranteed Trade-back certificate. The certificate states that you can trade your Boston piano back to Amro at any time and Amro will give you everything that you paid for it toward the purchase of any piano of equal or greater value. That's better than any warranty — it's total peace of mind.
The Essex incorporates Steinway & Sons’ latest design specifications and engineering standards, as well as the Steinway commitment to excellence developed over 160 years of quality craftsmanship. Every Essexinstrument is inspected by a team of highly experienced Steinway & Sons technicians before it leaves the factory.
You don't have to be a concert pianist to experience the full enjoyment of playing the piano. Essex pianos offer players the ability to experience the magic of a Steinway & Sons designed piano at an affordable price.
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Designed by Steinway & Sons in collaboration with renowned furniture designer William Faber, Essex furniture has been created in the spirit of the Steinway heritage as a tribute to the idea that beautiful piano styles and finishes can and should be possible in every price range. With elegant traditional styling and museum-quality finishes, Essex will be a stunning addition to your home. The instrument is available in an array of models, sizes, and veneers to fit every décor and lifestyle.
We believe so strongly in Essex pianos that we give every purchaser a Lifetime Guaranteed Trade-back certificate. The certificate states that you can trade your Essex piano back to Amro at any time and Amro will give you everything that you paid for it toward the purchase of any piano of equal or greater value. That's better than any warranty — it's total peace of mind.
Baldwin is about more than pianos—it’s about peerless quality and the absolute best-sounding and best-playing pianos anywhere.
The company got its start in 1862, when beloved Cincinnati-based piano teacher Dwight Hamilton Baldwin launched a Decker Brothers piano dealership. In 1866, he hired Lucien Wulsin as a clerk, and the two eventually became partners in the venture, at the time named D.H. Baldwin & Company.
Since then, Baldwin has become the only American piano company to make and distribute quality pianos to all price ranges and aspects of the piano market. The handmade Artist Grands, built at the Trumann Factory in the U.S.A., are among the finest anywhere, at any price. Baldwin pianos are famous for their touch, tone, and durability.
The company’s products today include a full line of upright pianos ranging from the classic Acrosonic Console to the 52” Concert Vertical, and six sizes of grand pianos in the new Baldwin Professional Series.
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History is extremely important to the Baldwin brand. Baldwin has been in the business for 150 years and has become the piano of choice for the world’s hottest artists, including Aaron Copland, Liberace, Dave Brubeck, Marian McPartland, Ben Folds and Miley Cyrus.
The most important aspect of technology in Baldwin pianos is their scale design. The scale design is the “recipe” for the piano that consists of the materials used and all specifications, including the exact shape of the sound boards, the placement of the bridges and ribs, the length of the strings and the thickness of the rims and bracing. But it doesn’t stop there. The Accu-just hitchpins and Synchro-tone bass strings used on ArtistGrands are also important Baldwin innovations.
Fans of Baldwin pianos love the big “American” sound of the instruments, particularly in the bass area, and the clear “bell-like” quality in the high treble end. Fans of Baldwin vertical pianos love the beautiful cabinetry of the Acrosonic models and the durability of the institutional models.
Amazing Performance at an Outstanding Price
For generations, Henry F. Miller pianos have been built with a standard of craftsmanship, beauty, and value that is becoming increasingly rare.
Henry F. Miller's collection of popular styles gives you a wide variety from which to select and an instrument to suit your tastes in design and color. Play and compare — you'll find Henry F. Miller pianos deliver top performance at an outstanding value. You can be sure that your investment in a Henry F. Miller piano will reward you with years of treasured musical experience.
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All action parts are fashioned from hardwood — no plastic parts. All soundboards are made from select solid spruce. Hammers are covered in high quality German felt.
We believe so strongly in Henry F. Miller pianos that we give every purchaser a Lifetime Guaranteed Trade-back certificate. The certificate states that you can trade your Henry F. Miller piano back to Amro at any time and Amro will give you everything you paid for it toward the purchase of any piano of equal or greater value.
Since releasing the world’s first touch-sensitive electronic piano in 1974, Roland’s goal has been to create the ultimate piano experience. Today, they have a range of instruments that lead the way in design, touch and sound, supported by superior digital technology that elevates the piano playing experience for musicians at any level.
Roland digital pianos are great for all levels of players. Beginners enjoy the weighted key action, response, and the ability to play with headphones. Advanced players enjoy the range of tones, key response, and tonal variation.
Stop by to browse the largest selection of new and pre-owned digital pianos in the Mid-South!
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Roland builds musical instruments that inspire and spread the enjoyment of creativity. When it comes to pianos, they strive to make instruments that people love to play.
Roland believes that technology is the key to letting players everywhere enjoy the ultimate piano experience. This begins by ensuring that every Roland piano is a great sounding, playable instrument designed to bring out your best - whether you’re a world-class pianist or just starting out. But they also believe that a piano can do much more, which is why their digital technology makes your piano-playing life easier and more fun; headphones for private practice, playing along with your favorite songs, or using smartphone apps to help you improve.
Roland pianos look as good as they sound too, with classically-styled grands and upright pianos, to contemporary pianos with flat-top cabinets or solid-oak designs. And whichever Roland piano you choose, you’ll be in very good company - our instruments are found on stages, in studios, classrooms and, most importantly, in the homes of piano lovers around the world.