Here are some special items at blow-out sale prices. Please check back as we refresh our stock! For more detailed information on all of our specials, go to our Reverb.com page. Please give us a call with any specific questions.

All of Glenwood Music’s pianos are pre-owned and Colorado-acclimated. This is crucial for reliability and playability in our unique dry climate. They have been meticulously maintained by one of the Western Slope’s premier technicians, and are kept in our climate-controlled showroom.

Come see and play these beautiful instruments for yourself, and feel free call us with any questions you might have. (Note our Summer Sale pricing with huge discounts!)

Yamaha G3E Grand Piano

The most recent addition to our piano showroom is this 1975 Yamaha G3E Grand Piano, which possesses a rich and impressive musical heritage. The 6-foot grand has been used in Glenwood Springs Summer of Jazz series, and has been played and autographed by well known artists like Jon Batiste, leader of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s house band, along with Jon Cleary, Marc Cory, Cuchito Valdez Jr. and Victor Gould. Professionals like this are highly discriminating about what they’ll play in concert, so this one had to be kept in peak playable condition.

The piano has some scuffs and scratches from being moved on and off stage, and having gear like synthesizers placed on top of it for performances, but it still plays well and sounds beautiful, which is the most important thing. 

The G3 is known for its medium tone and touch, making it ideal for a broad range of musical styles and skill levels. The 6’ sized is a great fit for homes, churches and schools, and the affordable price makes it a real value. Check out the linked YouTube video to see and hear one of these G3s being played.

All of Glenwood Music’s pre-owned pianos are Colorado-acclimated for reliability and playability in our unique dry climate. It has been inspected and tuned by one of Colorado’s premier technicians, and is displayed in our climate-controlled showroom. The black padded bench is included. 

Price:  $4,490


Model 200 “Senator”
Year: 1997
Size: 6’ 7”

PRICE REDUCTION:  Special COVID-19 blow-out sale! Was priced at $39,000 – now ONLY $25,000 for a $100K piano!

This beautiful grand piano was made in Vienna, Austria (where less than 300 per year are made) of naturally air-dried spruce with a lustrous cherry finish. It has an an outstanding richness of tone and a legendary pure and brilliant sound. A treat for both the eyes and the ears. You really need to see and play this one in person. The bench pictured is included.


Model C5
Year:  1987
Size:   6’ 6”
Price: $17,900

This beautiful grand piano from Yamaha is a satisfying instrument to play, and would be a definite focal point in any room with it’s stately ebony polished finish. The C5 is considered one of the finest grand pianos in its class. This one has been well cared for since 1987 and features a responsive, balanced keyboard that delivers rich bass notes and defined highs. It is said that Yamaha pianos are not merely constructed, but brought to life. The precision and craftsmanship are evident in every square inch of this 6’ 6” masterpiece. The matching white and black bench is included. This remarkable piano is less than half the cost of buying a new C5.

Steinway “M”

Louis XV
East Indian Rosewood
Year:  1980
Size:    5′ 6″
Price: Was $36,900; SALE PRICE: $31,400!!!

Steinway pianos are legendary for good reason, and this one is no exception. According to pianist Bill Charlap, “The Steinway is the standard by which all other people’s pianos are judged.” This medium-sized model is historically one of Steinway’s most popular models for home use. The Model M’s rich tone, responsive action and manageable size makes it ideal for smaller, more intimate spaces. This beautiful piano is out of Steinway’s Crown Jewel Collection and features a rare, fine East Indian Rosewood veneer. The craftsmanship and detail in the woodwork is superb. Steinways appreciate in value by about four percent each year, making it a worthwhile investment. The matching bench is included. We had it marked at $36,900 and have lowered the price to $31,400 for our Summer Sale.


Model M Baby Grand
Year:   1951
Size:   5’ 2”
Price: Was $6,200; SALE PRICE: $5,850!!!

Baldwin has been making outstanding pianos for the past 150 years, and they’ve been played by some of the biggest names in music, like Aaron Copland, Liberace and Dave Brubeck. This American-made baby grand was built in 1951, but you wouldn’t know it to look at it. The beautiful mahogany finish looks as good as it did when it was new. It features a big, robust sound for a 5’ 2” piano, and provides smooth and responsive action for players of all levels. There’s something special about things that have withstood the test of time, and this baby grand from Baldwin’s Artist Series is a tremendous value. We originally had it priced at $6,200 but have reduced it to $5,850 for our Summer Sale.


Grand Piano
Year:   Circa 1903
Size:    6’ 2”
Price: Listed for $12,500; reduced to $6,500; NOW ONLY $4,650!!!

Here’s a piano that has a lot of stories to tell. Built in or around 1903, this rare and unique instrument has more than a century of music behind it. Knabe has been in the piano business since 1835, operating out of Baltimore, Maryland, and the company is steeped in history. Francis Scott Key commissioned a custom piano from Knabe in 1838. Knabe supplied the grand piano for Tchaikovsky’s appearance at the opening of Carnegie Hall in 1891. In 1926 Knabe was chosen to be the official piano of the New York Metropolitan Opera. Knabe pianos are handcrafted, and a limited number are made each year. It is said that each handmade Knabe has its own personality, and that when you play a Knabe, you can sense the difference. The rich tonal quality of the Knabe has been compared to the human singing voice. Knabe only uses woods, metals, glues and natural fabrics that are best suited for each particular purpose. Many of the early design concepts used in these older models are still used in today’s Knabe pianos. This 6′ 2″ grand was completely rebuilt in 1976 with new strings, pinblock and all action parts replaced, and it’s ready for the next century of play. We’ve had it priced at $6,500; now reduced to just $4,650 for our Summer Sale. Bench included. 

K. Kawai

Model KG-2C
Year:   1973
Size:    5’ 10”
Price: Was $6,900, SALE PRICE: $6,200!!

The KG-2C from Kawai features a rich, warm tonal clarity, tremendous sensitivity, and a stunning finish that simply glows. Just note the wood grain in the photos. The 5’ 10” size makes it a good choice if space is a consideration. If it were a car, you might think that it was only driven to church on Sundays because it’s in phenomenal condition for a 1973 model. Kawai has been committed to “the art and science of bringing music to life” for more than 90 years. Some say the KG series was the best line of grands ever made by Kawai. You really need to see and play this one in person. Originally priced at $6,900, we’ve lowered it to $6,200 for our Summer Sale.


Model: Acrosonic Upright
Year:    Circa 1961
Price:  Was $999; NOW ONLY $699!

Still Available

Our most affordable preowned piano is now an even better deal with $300 off for our end of summer sale, priced at only $699. The Acrosonic from Baldwin is one of the bestselling pianos of all time, and is a perfect choice for beginners and seasoned players alike. It’s also a great option if space or budget is a consideration. The Acrosonic was first introduced to the public in 1936, and this 1961 model features a sleek mid-century modern design, solid American craftsmanship, and includes the bench shown. The Acrosonic is said to be one of the finest spinet pianos ever built, using technologies not found in other uprights, like the drop-action rail guide which gives a more precise feel than other pianos of this style. Promoted as delivering “supreme sound,” the Acrosonic piano remains highly respected by piano teachers, technicians and musicians who still use them today. We encourage you to come see and play this classic for yourself.

Hughes Guitars CEM-2

This remarkable Hughes CEM-2 was handcrafted in Fairview, North Carolina by Randy Hughes and his son Will. These distinctive guitars are custom made to order, and very few are ever available on the open market. This CEM-2 in Pepper White was recently added to our display case and it is in like-new condition. Hughes began making the CEM-2 model in 2016, and this was the 5th one made, serial #005, completed in November of 2016.

The fit and finish on this guitar is exquisite and the attention to detail is awe-inspiring. Every aspect has been carefully thought through. For example, the frets are made of stainless steel for longer wear. It was built for agility, comfort and sonic capability. There is one micro-dent about the size of a ballpoint pen tip on the front lower bout that does not show up in the photos, and it did not break through the finish; otherwise it is just about perfect.

One reviewer writes, “If you play one of these guitars, you will buy it.” Another says, “I have played a few and they are far and away the best electric guitar on the market.”

Check out the YouTube link to watch an 11-minute video about the design philosophy and build quality of Hughes Guitars, featuring a CEM-2: https://youtu.be/OPUjbxSUxYU (Note their discussion about the paramount importance of neck design.) You can also learn more at the Hughes website: www.hughesguitarsandrepair.com

This is a rare opportunity to own one of these fine instruments. It comes with the custom-molded hardshell case shown.

New price: $2,800 + $250 (case) = $3,050 Glenwood Music price:  $2,499 (plus shipping)

Vinetto Legato (2000s)

Special COVID-19 blow-out sale! 
Was priced at $2,395 – now just $2,249!

This terrific guitar was handbuilt by Vince Cunetto, famous for his work with Fender Custom Shop’s Relic Series of reissued guitars. In France they call him a “luthier d’exception.” Cunetto crafted these Vinettos from 2003 through the early 2010s, but health issues have slowed him down, so there aren’t many being made anymore, and not many used models for sale.

This take on the Telecaster features a front arm contour, two mini-humbuckers and a slant single coil Tele bridge pickup; a 5-position selector switch with volume and tone knobs and a 3-position varitone knob which provide a wide variety of rich tones. There are some micro-blems on the front of the guitar and a few dings on the back, especially around the edges, but Cunetto was known for aging and distressing guitars so it’s hard to say if these were intentional or accidental. There is one thru-finish chip on the front that can be seen in the last photo.

The 25” scale neck is in pristine condition, and there is minimal fret wear. It comes with a nice Fender plush hardshell case.

Be sure to check out the linked YouTube video to hear one of these outstanding handcrafted guitars in action, and please contact us with any questions.


Godin Multiac ACS-SA Nylon 2013

Rounded cutaway
Black gloss finish
Onboard preamp and MIDI controls
Multi-sensor MIDI pickup
14” lower bout
2-3/8″ body depth
25-1/2″ scale (648mm)
1-29/32″ nut
Cedar top
Chambered maple body
Bolt-on mahogany neck
Slotted headstock
Richlite fretboard
Rosewood bridge
Built in Canada
Original soft case

Price:  $899

The Godin ACS-SA nylon string guitar is an industry standard. It’s a great shape for people that are used to playing an electric guitar, while it can take classical players to a new level sonically. The chambered maple body with cedar top results in a guitar that can be played at high volume without feedback, thanks to the piezo-based bridge pickups and active onboard preamp that give the guitar a natural tone.

Acoustic Guitar magazine says that “Multiacs are designed to be versatile and sound great amplified,” and have “solid-body feel (with) classical attitude” (January 2013). The chambered body gives it more acoustic volume than a solid-body guitar, making it ideal for practicing unplugged, but it really comes alive when it’s plugged in and captures every nuance of your playing. The Acoustic Guitar review goes on to say that the ACS-SA has “an RMC Poly-Drive hexaphonic system with six individual saddles, each with a piezo-based pickup that gives you exceptionally accurate, low-latency note tracking.” The shallow body makes it an extremely comfortable and lightweight instrument to play.

This 2013 model is in superb condition and appears to have been used very little, with only a few small finish marks that are barely visible. The original protective film is still on all of the hardware plates, and the soft case is in like-new condition.

The electronic connectivity of the Multiac is remarkable, both for performing and recording. Be sure to watch the short 4-minute linked YouTube video from Godin that covers all the amazing features of this guitar: https://youtu.be/axjvAiuouYs. You can also find a number of other great demo videos on YouTube, but we could only include one.

Godin guitars are 100% North American “from forest to stage” and they “strive to honour the finest traditions of lutherie while continually refining (their) products through innovative design.”

If you’re looking to add some classical flare to your sound, along with state-of-the-art electronics, consider this beautiful Multiac ACS-SA.

Ovation Magnum Bass:  $1,200 

How about this remarkable vintage 1970s/1980s Ovation Magnum Bass in primo condition? Kendall gives us a quick overview and demo in the downloadable video. It comes with a plush hardshell case, and we have it reasonably priced at $1,200. If you’d like to see it in person and take it for a spin, give us a call and we’ll make it happen: 970-928-8628 (nationwide shipping available).

Download a video demo here.

Gibson Midtown Signature Bass (2014):  $888

Kendall gives a nice overview and demo of the 2014 Gibson Midtown Signature Bass in Bullion Gold with original hardshell case, new to the store. This beauty was priced at $1,852 when new, and Gibson describes it as “semi-acoustic elegance with timeless tone…a sweet, full-sounding, honey of a bass.” Glenwood Music price is just $888. Stop by the store to check it out, and give us a call if you have any questions: 970-928-8628 (nationwide shipping available).

Download a video demo here.

3 Schecter Riot-8 Session Bass:  $600

Kendall shows us how to double-down with this stunning pre-owned 8-string bass from Schecter, an industry leader known for building high-quality instruments with professional components at an affordable price. The MSRP for this bass is $1,149 new; it’s in superb condition and we have it priced at just $600. Drop by to plug it in and play it for yourself, or give us a call if you have any questions: 970-928-8628 (nationwide shipping available).