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Pleyel P118

Acoustic Piano from Pleyel .

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Pleyel P118Published on 02/02/04 at 10:56
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Very nice piano in cherry furniture marquettbr /> Despite a low price was a very good touch, the serious lack a little depth
but the sound is very good in general whether to jazz
or to play chopin
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poliloupolilou

Pleyel P118Published on 04/07/08 at 01:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I am owner of a nine Pleyel P 118 since one month, where I "abandoned" my digital KAWAI CA 51.
The sound is a bit too "bright" at the beginning: we must align and insert the hammer impregnated a little too aggressive.
I tried all the models 'rights' of the store: Kawai, Yamaha U1, Bohemia, Geioges Steck, ... And it's still coming back on his keys that I found the sound and feel the best ...
Reading the various forums, I think this piano is quite critical and I wanted to respond.
I purchased the model MAHOGANY whose retail price is close to € 9880 to € 6890 new. Currently, these pianos have resulted following the policy adopted by Pleyel, which no longer manufactures pianos in...…
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I am owner of a nine Pleyel P 118 since one month, where I "abandoned" my digital KAWAI CA 51.
The sound is a bit too "bright" at the beginning: we must align and insert the hammer impregnated a little too aggressive.
I tried all the models 'rights' of the store: Kawai, Yamaha U1, Bohemia, Geioges Steck, ... And it's still coming back on his keys that I found the sound and feel the best ...
Reading the various forums, I think this piano is quite critical and I wanted to respond.
I purchased the model MAHOGANY whose retail price is close to € 9880 to € 6890 new. Currently, these pianos have resulted following the policy adopted by Pleyel, which no longer manufactures pianos in this price range.
Well, I highly recommend this purchase, because at this price is access to a quality far superior to that proposed by the German clones Asian pianos, singing with that character and distinguished brand specific.
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  • Manufacturer: Pleyel
  • Model: P118
  • Category: Acoustic Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 02/02/2004

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