About Warner Piano Company
Warner Piano Company was founded by Warner Kilmon and Lem Schultz. Its doors opened over 50 years ago, one day after the Lester Piano Factory closed. Warner Killmon was an official at Lester Piano Factory and Lem Schultz was the head technician and inspector. It was their skill and experience that allowed Warner Piano Company to thrive. A few years after Warner Piano opened Henry Furak, a blind tuner from the old Lester Factory joined the team. Henry still works at the Warner Piano Company today! During the 1970′s Warner, Lem and Henry were joined by Joe, Ralph and Larry. Since then, the next generation has been learning the trade.
Warner Piano Company is a leader in the industry. Warner was the first dealer on the east coast to offer an obscure Japanese piano manufacturer that eventually was the biggest in the world for many years. Warner had the first new high polished Ebony in the United States, and received the first electronic organ from Japan in 1968.
Today, Warner Piano continues to lead by looking for the best values in the market. Warner Piano offers quality new and used pianos from around the world as well as digital pianos. If you have not bought a piano yet, then you haven’t been to Warner Piano Company!