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Published on 06/08/09 at 03:11

Hello dear friends pianists

That is, not as the holder of a piano brand Grotrian Steinweg I speak here, but as a professional piano tuner, neutral and objective, not selling any product or working on behalf any home or brand pianos.
On several occasions I had the great fortune to be asked to give piano brand Grotrian Steinweg, including the model 112, but 116 and the number of pianos of this trademark.
Each time, whether the smaller model grand piano, I was very impressed by the purity, and especially the generosity of the sound of each of these pianos.
Mechanics is accurate and robust, the strings are of remarkable purity, the soundboard of spruce from the forests of Northern Europe, which represents a guarantee of quality regarding the ability to withstand climatic variations, (temperature and humidity) of our temperate humid climates.
In addition, the mattress is very strong and therefore makes it a great comfort as to the timing of the ankles.

Note:
As with all pianos, regular maintenance is required, namely, the passage of a tuner at least once or twice a year.
And this is especially true on the pianos in its most pure and generous, as is particularly the case on the pianos of the mark Grotrian Steinweg.

Grotrian Steinweg brand will always (even in the range of its smaller models of upright pianos), students (beginners and advanced), an exceptional playing comfort.

And professionals, Grotrian Steinweg piano choose seems a wise investment, so the quality of touch and sound, not to mention the strength, are factors that delight, certainly the most demanding pianist.

If I were to give an overall rating I would give 9 / 10, which in my case, (to be said in all modesty, as a music professional, excellent agreement is a note, knowing that the term "perfection" is not in the vocabulary on piano.

Thanking you for the attention you've kindly given to this publication,

Sincerely and musically,

Alain de Rhode,
Piano tuner & technician, (Brussels, Belgium).

URL:
http://accordeur-bruxelles.blogspot.com
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