The action and sound of this piano is sure to meet the standards of beginners to intermediate pianist. The unique tone ports along the top of this Everett piano allow for sound that is usually trapped inside a piano's cabinet to be heard more clearly. FYI: This piano came from a quaint home on Siesta Key.
Everett pianos, during their heyday, were regarded as one of top of their class, thanks to the innovation and uniqueness that made these pianos stand above the competition.
Established in Boston, MA in 1883, the company was founded by the John J. Church Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, which was then a leading music publishing company in America. In 1926, Everett merged with the Cable-Nelson Piano Company, so manufacturing was moved to the facilities in South Haven, Michigan