Piano Name: Steingraeber & Söhne
Website: Steingraeber & Söhne
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Steingraeber & Söhne Klaviermanufaktur
Company Location: Germany
Length: 7′ 7″
History: Steingraeber & Söhne began building pianos in the 1820’s in Thuringia. Second generation, Eduard Steingraeber moved to Bayreuth in 1852 where they are still located today. In 1980, sixth generation Udo Schmidt-Steingraeber becomes manager of Steingraeber which is still run as a family-enterprise.
Dimensions: 7’7″x60″or 2m 32cm x 150cm
Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony, Walnut or Sapele. Various other veneers available.
Features: Traditional cast iron frame ~ Drilled capo bar ~ Renner action ~ Sympathetically vibrating second soundboard ~ “Tuned” soundboard ~ Natural materials and glues ~ White keytops from cattle bone ~ Spruce and beech keybed ~ Individually weighted keys ~ Steingraeber hammers ~ Bavarian spruce soundboard ~ Chromatic hammer shanks ~ Hardened pressure bars and bridge pins ~ Magnetic action option (SFM) ~ 10 Year warranty
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