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Along these lines, another pattern worth noting is the incorporation of concert grand or high quality piano features into the smaller or lesser quality instruments in a manufacturer's offerings. Although dealers of new Yamahas and Kawais may do their best to convince customers that "the newer models are better," that is not always evident to prospective buyers, or to their piano technicians; and the purported tonal improvements may not be discernible or worth the difference in price to many people, especially those with a limited budget. The fact that Japan has now been building pianos for a longer time than Korea gives the Japanese instruments somewhat of an edge, but the Japanese instruments are also more expensive. For the first time in years certain U.
It accomplishes this by placing a piece of felt between the hammers and the strings. However, the transitional years between and still yield many viable and high quality instruments. For the most part, the quality of these instruments is basically "acceptable". Events such as fairs; armory, truck, or warehouse sales; "factory outlets;" clearances; and, most recently, the "University sale" see below are only a few of the many schemes designed to generate a feeling of urgency about buying right now. The practice of putting different names on pianos made by the same manufacturer is one that has been around for over a hundred years.
Grand Piano A Frame.. Log in details from our old site are now no longer valid. Suitable for pianos up to cm in height. So which one is better? Damper Felt Level Plain Strips 8mm for piano dampers. This is the part of the string that is free to vibrate. Another odd thing about Asian pianos is that the benches tend to be lower than American piano benches.