If you're musical ear favors the tone of a Steinway, Schimmel, etc., but
your budget does not follow along, consider thisWeber grand piano.
This piano comes to us from a prominent Eugene family and has been
well taken care of. Used for lessons while kids were growing up and as the
centerpiece of their living room.
Weber grand pianos were used at the turn of the century at the
Metropolitan Opera because of their warm and rich tone. The pianos of
today have the same quality features.
While Yamaha continues to be a popular and well constructed piano
overall, the problem for many is in its tone. Whether you're playing softly or
hard, the tone is always bright. This is not the traditional way a piano was
designed to sound.
A Steinway (for example) is designed after the human voice. In every
grand piano there is a treble, also, tenor and bass string range. When the
human voice sounds at a low volume, it is soft in tone. Accordingly, when
the voice is yelling, it is a much harsher and brighter tone, thus emulating
the full tonal range.
|Weber • WG-50 4' 11" Baby Grand
4' 11" Grand