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Fandrich & Sons

Fandrich & Sons EU131-V (see * below for availability) 52" Upright Piano

$12,890


Features
  • Darrell's redesigned Fandrich Vertical Action, patent allowed
  • Abel Natural Felt hammers, Custom built Fandrich Vertical Action hammer butts
  • Renner hammer shanks
  • Soft pedal system
  • Practice felt mute pedal
  • Polished ebony
  • Hand rubbed satin finish for $750 (see photo)
  • Fandrich & Sons preparation
  • Matching bench
  • 12 year warranty
  • *Since we introduced the Enhanced Fandrich Vertical Action in 2012, we have not been able to keep up with demand. We have a demonstrator model in the showroom from which to take orders. Please call for more details.
  • Steinway concert artist Mac Frampton's take on this piano (and many others before him): "This is the best upright I've ever played!"
  • LA session recording pianist Mike Lang: "This is the only piano I've ever played where I can get every emotion I want from it. That is a very charismatic experience."I
"Fandrich & Sons continues its proven record of outstanding service to the northwest, both as the source of extraordinarily fine pianos as well as precision voicing, rebuilding, and refinishing, always promptly, and at extremely reasonable prices. Their patented Fandrich Vertical Action upright pianos are truly grand, and deserve a trip to their showroom in Stanwood to be heard. One of my adult students is the proud new owner of another of their offerings: a Bohemia Piano from the Czech Republic, an excellent value, with additional voicing by the Fandrichs routinely included. I highly recommend this valuable resource to anyone looking for an instrument, new or used, or seeking fine service for their own piano."

-- Celia Chandler
WSMTA Teacher of piano in Skagit Valley for 30 years. Co-founder of Pacific Rim Camp for the Arts. Presser Scholar. Master of Music degree in Piano Performance as student of Leon Fleisher at the Peabody Conservatory.