Atlanta Piano Rentals
We know there are times when you may only need a piano for a short time.
At Jim's Piano Movers, we also provide piano rentals in the Atlanta area
as part of our services. We rent grand and console pianos for a variety of events
from weddings to concert performances. We'll deliver your rental piano, set it up
and then at the agreed upon time, pick it up. Your Jim's Piano Rental will be a smooth
hassle free process.
If you're looking for a grand piano rental, you will be delighted with the
renowned sound of our 1924 Mason & Hamlin AA. Over the years, the Mason & Hamlin
name has become synonymous with quality. With it's thunderous base, mellow midrange
and exquisite highs, this outstanding 6'4" black grand piano will exceed all your expectations.
Yes it's true, you may be brought to tears when the time comes for us to pick up your piano rental.
But dry those tears because we also sell and restore classic grand pianos.
Give us a call and we'll discuss your piano rental needs.
History Of The Mason & Hamlin
1854, two brilliant idealists, Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin, founded the Mason
company in Boston, Massachusetts, the birthplace of American piano design and manufacturing.
Henry Mason was a pianist and Emmons Hamlin was a brilliant mechanic and inventor.
Although the company was started with very little capital, the two
owners were determined to make
only the very best instruments, even if there were very few produced. Fortunately, the combination of
limited production and great attention to detail paid off, and the company and it's products were
instantly successful and in great demand. Mason & Hamlin soon became and remained the foremost
in the field.
Mason & Hamlin built it's pianos with the very finest in
materials... slowly and meticulously with great
attention to even the smallest detail. With Mason & Hamlin's innovations, use of only the finest
materials and expert craftsmanship, its pianos were the world's costliest to produce and widely
accepted as the worlds finest.
By the turn of the century, the Golden Age of
the Piano was in full force and the most illustrious concert
artists of the day aligned themselves with piano manufacturers. Mason & Hamlin was at the forefront,
and great virtuosos, including Sergei Rachmaninoff, endorsed Mason & Hamlin.
of the world's most famous violinists was the American Yehudi Menuhin. In 1924,
at the age of 7,
Menuhin made his public debut. The child prodigy astounded the classical world with his artistry, and
in 1935 he undertook his world tour playing in 73 cities in 13 countries. The Mason and Hamlin
archives include many letters from Menuhin extolling the virtues of his Mason & Hamlin pianos:
"Among all pianos none compares with the Mason & Hamlin in beauty and grace of tone, or in
mellowness and softness and yet in bigness, or in anything that a sensitive and, as it were, human
piano should have." At one time. Menuhin had five Mason & Hamlin grand pianos in his West Coast
Available For Your
Mason & Hamlin 6'4" AA Grand