Piano Name: Petrof
Website: Petrof
Model: 194 Storm
Made in: Czech Republic
Parent Company: Petrof
Company Location: Czech Republic
Length: 6′ 3″

History: Antonin Petrof built his first grand piano in 1864 after traveling to Vienna in 1857 to learn piano manufacturing. After World War II, the company and property were confiscated under nationalization but in 1990, Jan Petrof took over the company with the return of democracy and privatization. 2004 marked the year when 5th generation Zuzana Ceralov√°-Petrofov√° became president. Today the company continues to expand and build pianos from the Czech Republic.

Dimensions: 6’3″x60″ or 1m 94cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Walnut or Mahogany. Also available in Klasik style.

Features: European mountain solid spruce soundboard ~ Spruce ribs ~ Laminated spruce keys ~ 4 Spruce beams ~ Swedish Polyplex keytops ~ Multiplex pinblock ~ Solid beech bridges, treble has ebony cap ~ Duplex agraffe design ~ Petrof action (Renner or Magnetic option) ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Hornbeam action parts ~ Traditional cast iron plate CNC finished ~ Spruce and beech laminated keybed ~ Mapes wire ~ Degen copper Adolf bass strings ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year warranty

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