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Simulated Ivory
Complete Piano Keytop Replacement Kit

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Retail Price: $132.16
Sale Price: $99.99
SKU #:1322

Complete Kits to replicate the look of a real Ivory Keyboard on your Upright or Grand Piano. These keytops have become very popular over the last few years.

The Satin Ivory color has a grained translucent finish and actually simulates the look of real Ivory. Available in one-piece molded head & tail with separate fronts.

Simply apply to the wood surface only. Position molded keytops. Press out any excess glue. Clamp for a few minutes.
We recommend that you don't play the piano for a few hours, to give the adhesive time to completely dry.

Kits Includes:
1 - Set of Ivorine Keytops, (Tails & Heads)
1 - Set of Ivorine Fronts
2 - Clamps
1 - Keytop Adhesive ** Please note during cold temperatures we are unable to ship this product due to freezing **
1 - Sable Brush for easy application
1 - bottle of Key Brite to keep the keyboard clean & bright

Simulated Ivory - Complete Keytop Kit
This is the head & tail together in one piece with the fronts included separately.
1322K - Med. Satin Ivory with 2" head
1323K - Med. Satin Ivory with 1-15/16" head

Head width - 7/8", Tails standard

For the Contemporary look of a Modern Keyboard - see our White Molded One-Piece Keytops in related items below.

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1 piece key top set 09/07/2015
By Ray Bednarek
Key set turned out better than expected. This was my first time. Took a bit longer to remove the old ivory but I was saving all the good parts for another job. U Should Pay Close Attention To Different G C D KEYS. I got to the end and didn't have enough. I did have to remove 2 and then switch them out. I finally laid out entire key set and got it correct.
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Successful amateur project 11/03/2017
By Margaret S. Jillson
I have no experience in piano repair and this was a last-ditch effort to reclaim a 90-year-old Kohler & Campbell upright. It took me about three weeks and extra clamps to do the work. Yesterday our piano technician pitch raised and tuned it. He did have to sand one key. We now have a functional piano with a lot of sentimental value to our Grange.
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keytop 02/12/2014
By Parker Moreland
The new key tops really look nice .takes a little time to put them all on .But the piano looks brand new know I must be crazy but I think it even sounds better. It brought new live to my hundred six yr old story and Clark up right
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Piano key top replacement 03/30/2017
Very happy with the product & it was shipped on time as promised. Initial order was easy.
average rating 80%
Problem solved 11/24/2013
By Robert Huebsch
Replacing the cracked and damaged key tops on my 57 year old Steinway model M is much easier than I imagined using the replacement kit. The keys are a little longer than the originals, so about 3/32" has to be cut off the back end, but that's no big deal. If the glue supplied is good, and if the plastic material wears well, I'll be satisfied, though the faintly mottled surface is a bit different.