Wendl & Lung Schönbrun 1/4 1,78m
Wendl & Lung Schönbrun 1/4 1,78m

Acoustic Piano

User Reviews: 4.34

All user reviews for the Wendl & Lung Schönbrun 1/4 1,78m

Average Score: 4.3 ( 4.3/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Audiofanzine FR 12/07/2008

Audiofanzine FR's review

5
(Originally written by mr fuzz/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Simply wonderful. At home since July and it's a delight. Powerful and deep lows, pearled highs, singing high-mids. Excellent finish and unbeatable value for money.

I tried out many new and secondhand pianos before buying it (it's quite expensive). I find the Wendl is the piano with the strongest personality. The sound is round but not aggressive. It has nothing to do with the famous Yamaha sound which is rich but colder and more common... and twice as expensive.
muscoll 01/15/2012

muscoll's review (This content has been automatically translated from English) " Much ado about nothing!"

2
Note that I do not have this instrument, but I applied myself to try it many times.

Initially, the Chinese brand advertising that attracted me.
Were we able to offer us for the price of a good upright piano, a fourth level of the tail of a Steinway, Bechstein or other?
To read some opinions and views of some awards, it was done ...
What exactly?

We are in front of a piano that looks good, and I have always found properly granted: this seems to corroborate certain advertisements.
The keyboard, you start to become disillusioned: mechanics seems very vague, and shows weakness for repetition.
In terms of power, nothing to say, the piano sounds. Yes, but we expect a 1 / 4 tail extended possibilities in terms of sound palette.
This is not the case, the tone is flat, without depth.
Consequently, nuances are difficult to obtain, and it remains in a hollow world.

To summarize, we are dealing with an instrument of low level, which is quite the prize.
This is not a criticism by the way, but when we read the glowing reviews of some, we say that the deception is not far.
mr fuzz 12/07/2008

mr fuzz's review (This content has been automatically translated from English)

5
Just beautiful. A home for the month of July is a treat. And deep powerful bass, treble, pearls with very high register singing medium. The finish is excellent and the quality / price unbeatable.
Obviously I have tried many pianos new and OCCAZ before releasing this tidy sum (10 000 euros it's still not there). The Wendl for me came out as the piano has the greatest personality. The sound is smooth, not slamming, and it finally comes out of the famous standard audio yamaha, rich but cold most common and 2 times more.
jaypici 11/30/2006

jaypici's review (This content has been automatically translated from English)

5
I was looking for a C3 of a Japanese brand that rgne in the interim ...
I found that opportunities overestimated and / or somewhat fatigues (the pros love their piano, so they chtient well). I even agreed to go try and Petrov Kawai ...
Stumbled upon this incredible promotion in nine MODEL (9990), I mfi of my enthusiasm (I'm trs Jazz and my children have taken the full course of conservative), I ' did test the next day by a piano teacher.
Great sound from top to bottom, and a nice touch prcis, everything, everything, I tell you!
There remains the argument of lack of experience in the hard (that what I was told when I bought my first Yamaha in 1969) ... it might as well see its price rise by 65% ​​in the next two years.
It now living NRTEE o it sounds wonderful.
The MODEL below (161 cm) also seems well made but has a more "Pleyel", less "Steinway" ... I do not gots AIM case