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In 1854, Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin founded the Mason & Hamlin Company in Boston, Massachusetts. The two men shared a common goal: to make the world’s finest musical instruments


Attention to detail takes time, and Mason & Hamlin invests a great deal of it in every piano it makes. Before a Mason & Hamlin leaves the factory, it’s inspected no fewer than 12 times. Choosing quality over quantity, Mason & Hamlin limits its annual production to 50 uprights and 300 grand pianos


A piano acclaimed for its even touch, consistent action and well-balanced tone,


Model A has an enormous volume and tone that are comparable to instruments of much greater size


At 6'4", the Model AA is impressive in every way a piano can be judged: tonal clarity, pitch consistency, touch responsiveness, aesthetics and craftsmanship. It is capable of large sonorities and the softest, most delicate whisperings. Its superior and highly sensitive action makes it ideal for pianists at every level, and its beauty and classic lines make it perfect for any decor from traditional to modern


At 5’4” the Mason & Hamlin Model B qualifies as a “Baby Grand”, but the sound and presence of the magnificent instrument is anything but small. One listen to its brilliant treble and deep, rich bass notes will tell you that the B has all the Legendary Mason & Hamlin character in a size that just happens to fit anywhere


A piano acclaimed for its even touch, consistent action and well-balanced tone, the Model BB is designed for spacious homes, conservatories, professional studios, auditoriums and halls. The piano is legendary for its concert grand characteristics, including a robust, resonant bass, rich and warm tenor and a treble with a singing tone, bell-like in its clarity.


The Monticello Collection features beautifully designed museum quality instruments. This remarkable group of pianos takes its inspiration from Thomas Jefferson’s magnificent home, Monticello. Just as it represents the perfect integration of classical architecture and Jefferson's design innovations, the Monticello Collection combines centuries old piano-making traditions and Mason & Hamlin’s design innovations. The Monticello Collection offers instruments of timeless beauty and flawless performance—pianos for the ages


The concert stage has a formidable new star in the CC-94, the first concert grand designed, built and introduced by an American piano manufacturer in half a century


Lauded for its immense power as well as its sensitive and responsive action, the CC-94 is capable of extreme colors, shadings and textures, all with extraordinary clarity. The CC-94 can follow the most sensitive interpreter or cut through an entire symphony orchestra without sounding harsh. From its thunderous bass to its bell-like treble, the CC-94 is perfect for a wide range of repertoire and musical genres


Handcrafted in limited numbers using only the world’s finest materials, the CC-94 epitomizes the piano maker’s art. It is distinguished by a massive rim design, wide body, oversized soundboard and double Tension Resonators, guaranteeing that the CC-94 will retain all of its brilliant tonal characteristics throughout the life of the instrument. No other concert grand offers these features so essential to a piano’s durability




MASON HAMLIN



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