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The Definitive Piano Buying Guide for
including A.B. Chase and Vose & Sons
Wrightwood Enterprises, Inc.
717 St. Joseph Drive
St. Joseph, Michigan 49085
Pianos made by: Dongbei Piano Company, Ltd., Yingkou, Liaoning Province, China
The Everett Piano Company originated in Boston in 1883 and moved to South Haven, Michigan, in 1926. It was acquired by Yamaha in 1973. Until mid-1986, Yamaha made a line of Everett vertical pianos in the Michigan factory alongside its U.S.-made Yamaha pianos. When Yamaha moved its U.S. piano manufacturing to Thomaston, Georgia, in 1986, it contracted with Baldwin to continue making Everett pianos. The contract terminated in 1989, and Yamaha dropped the line permanently. See the entry for Everett in The Piano Book for more information about pianos from that era.
The Everett name has been used by Wrightwood Enterprises, Inc. since 1995. The pianos are made in China by the Dongbei Piano Company (see Dongbei). The grands have duplex scaling and a bass scale that is custom made for the Everett brand, the company says. The same pianos are also sold under the A.B. Chase and Vose & Sons labels.
Warranty: 10 years, parts and labor, to original purchaser.
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