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LA Wittel Piano Bells “Model A” keyboard from the mid- to late-1950‘s. Serial number 70. In very good, functioning condition - with a sound that’s more percussive than a standard celeste or celesta - more of a keyboard glockenspiel (focused attack, rather than more muted with overtones). Exterior is in very clean shape, and has been carefully kept for home use next to my Rhodes. Functionally excellent with all keys playing with approximately even tone and volume.

Keyboard is very heavy (due to solid wood case and interior parts). I’d prefer to do local pick-up or meet to sell due to weight and age, but I can ship if desired and will pack as well as possible with care (and insure). Located in Harrisburg, PA - so not too far from NYC, Philly, DC, etc.

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Listed8 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
Brand
  • LA Wittel
Model
  • “Model A” Piano Bells
Finish
  • Wood
Categories
Year
  • 1950s
Made In
  • United States

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