Collection: Shattuck Pianos

Schattuck pianos were manufactured by the P.S. Wick Company, located in North St. Paul, Minnesota. The P.S. Wick Company, established in 1886, was known for its reliable and well-crafted instruments. The Schattuck brand was one of several produced by the company, which also included other names such as Wentworth.

Schattuck pianos gained a reputation for their solid construction and dependable performance. These pianos were designed to provide a quality musical experience at an affordable price, making them accessible to a wide range of customers. The P.S. Wick Company focused on creating instruments that could withstand the test of time, ensuring durability and longevity.

In addition to their sturdy build, Schattuck pianos featured aesthetic appeal with elegant designs that complemented their sound quality. The company's commitment to quality craftsmanship ensured that each piano met high standards of performance and reliability.

Although the P.S. Wick Company and the Schattuck brand are no longer in production, many of these pianos are still in use today.

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