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  • Wendl & Lung Vienne 1/4 1,61mPublié le 11/30/06 à 09:40
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    I did not buy it with the MODEL prfr above.
    Manufacturing is superb and the perfect touch but ...
    ... but it seems that sound too look "EUROPEN"
    it lacks a bit of "EHJV" of characters.
    Should see what the fans think that the old Pleyel ...
    A share has a beautiful piano trs 1 / 4 short tail for the price of a law (8500)!
    If you limit what your budget and / or this size, a good choice.
  • Wendl & Lung Vienne 1/4 1,61mPublié le 01/29/07 à 06:19
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    This notice is that the result of a test from a reseller, I found this piano at all consistent with what is expected of a grand piano in terms of color and depth of sound, and in terms of amplitude of play was the resonance of a grand piano (the lid open ...) without the sound. Blind, it feels like almost on an upright piano, regular course, but no personality. Very disappointing.
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    Wendl & Lung Vienne 1/4 1,61mPublié le 02/03/07 à 02:13
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    Lari as the previous poster, I had the opportunity to test in-store (at length) the fourth tail.
    Frankly, I find the previous review very severe.
    Should not be messing around and have to compare what is comparable!! Yes, definitely the Wendl is less than a Steinway ...
    However I was pleasantly surprised: the sound is sweet and balanced, the keyboard is very nice, neither too soft nor too hard and well responsive. The piano lacks a little power compared to a Yamaha C3 (but 3 times less) or a Bechtein (but 4 times less!). At no time have I had the impression of playing on a Chinese junk low end, but rather on a piano with a very "European" and very pleasant. I remember having tried......
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    Lari as the previous poster, I had the opportunity to test in-store (at length) the fourth tail.
    Frankly, I find the previous review very severe.
    Should not be messing around and have to compare what is comparable!! Yes, definitely the Wendl is less than a Steinway ...
    However I was pleasantly surprised: the sound is sweet and balanced, the keyboard is very nice, neither too soft nor too hard and well responsive. The piano lacks a little power compared to a Yamaha C3 (but 3 times less) or a Bechtein (but 4 times less!). At no time have I had the impression of playing on a Chinese junk low end, but rather on a piano with a very "European" and very pleasant. I remember having tried the Yamaha or Kawai, which did not sound better (and even worse with its often a bit sharp and aggressive as can be found on the Asian pianos)
    The real question is whether to 8000 euros, it is better to buy a good upright piano (which costs 15,000 euros rather elsewhere ...). Must see and try, but I found that the Wendl was a beautiful instrument with a value for money simply amazing.
    Basically, go try it and you made your opinion!
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