Here’s a stylish spinet that looks like an Acrosonic ‘knockoff’.  Plays just like one and has nice styled woodgrain and will certainly go well in some living room out there.

Made by the Kincaid Piano Company, formerly called the Grand Piano Company. The Marantz name came about because of the Pianocorder system (the first player/recorder piano to use cassette tape for playback – think pianodisc) built by the Superscope division of Marantz in Chatsworth, CA. They bought the Grand Piano Company, changed the name to Kincaid Piano Company, branched into furniture.

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