"Quality without borders – Innovation is our tradition…”
For 134 years, Cline Pianos has combined innovation and tradition. Founded in the Pacific Northwest in 1889, Cline Pianos continues the North American philosophy of piano building. Today’s Cline pianos are quality modern instruments designed in the USA, built by the Hailun Piano Company under American production supervision.
Hailun America is reintroducing the Cline brand to the U.S. market in the form of entry-level models made by Hailun. Chester L. Cline began selling pianos in Tacoma, Washington, in the 1880s, and produced pianos under his own name beginning in 1889. He eventually expanded his retail chain throughout the Northwest and, in the 1920s, into California, becoming one of the largest piano dealers in the West. In the 1980s and '90s, pianos bearing the Cline name were made by several manufacturers of entry-level pianos.
Today, Cline makes 46½" and 48" verticals and a 4' 11" grand. The grand comes with the HLPS lid-support system. Both the 48" vertical and the grand are optionally available with the MG Silent System, which can turn the acoustic piano into a digital one that can be played with headphones at any time of day or night. It also features a metronome, and allows performances to be recorded and exported in MIDI format to share with others. (See the chapter on Hybrid Pianos for more information about silent systems.) Owners of Cline pianos in North America are entitled to receive a trade-in credit of the full amount paid for the instrument toward the purchase of a new grand made by Hailun, Emerson, Petrof, or Sauter (all of whom share a common distributor).
Look at these top quality features: 48 " professional upright, Solid Alaskan Sitka Spruce soundboards(sweet resonant sound), Japanese reverse torque tuning pins (stability in tuning), American hard-rock maple pinblock(tuning stability), German Roslau strings(great tone and resonance), German-Tech Hammers(good tone and easy voicing), Japanese action parts(good touch and dependability).
Northwest Pianos welcomes you to come in and play this exquisite piano for yourself.