The first toy piano to be played at Carnegie Hall, Schoenhut's Traditional Spinet is a musical instrument of exceptional quality.
For parents of the world’s next Chopin, a Schoenhut piano is an absolute must. The world-famous company, founded in 1872 by toy instrument maker Albert Schoenhut, has been winning awards for its elite baby grands practically since its inception. Its upright and tabletop pianos boast up to 49 keys, and deliver pitch-perfect sound quality using either strings or hammer-and-rod chimes. Scaled-down ukuleles, harmonicas, harps, guitars, and drum sets are available as well, complete with beginner’s guides to reading sheet music.