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"The Fandrich & Sons piano I played on a recent concert at the Seattle Art Museum really took me by surprise. I had not played one before and didn't know what to expect but I was pleased to find a wonderful instrument whose action was responsive and whose tone was warm and singing in all registers. As a performing jazz pianist I always enjoy playing, but often it is despite the instrument at hand. On this occasion it was because of the piano. I look forward to playing Fandrich & Sons pianos in the future."

-- Pete Malinverni
New York City. www.petemalinverni.com



"Fandrich & Sons pianos provide a significant range of tonal color and depth, while offering a wonderfully full, warm tone. They are affordable, superlative instruments of quality, with a remarkably balanced and beautiful singing cantabile voice. Touch is well defined yet responsive, yielding to the most subtle phrasing. I can recommend the Fandrich & Sons Pianos without reservation."

-- David Keith
Symphony Conductor & Music Director (Ret.)



"I have always been very particular about what pianos my students are playing on. To be a good pianist you need a fine piano as your tool. Fandrich & Sons pianos are among the best I have ever played on. The touch and the tone are outstanding. I wish all my students could have one!."

-- Peggy Swingle
Suzuki teacher and international Suzuki trainer for 35 years. Bainbridge Island, WA



"Concerning the Fandrich & Sons pianos I was deeply impressed with the quality and the sound produced by both grands and uprights. In particular I found it quite amazing that an upright piano could be made to sound like a mid-sized grand, which is exactly what Mr. Fandrich has been able to accomplish. This is certainly a ground breaking achievement when one considers also that the prices of the Fandrich & Sons pianos have remained extremely competitive and in many cases less even than some of those with well known brand names."

-- Dorothy Steinberg
Retired teacher. Former winner of UCLA Young Artists Competition. Pianist with San Francisco Symphony summer Pops Series featuring Arthur Fiedler.



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"Leather...why do I think of a thick piece of rich brown leather when I play our Fandrich piano? Something about sinking into a chord, reaching the firm bottom of the keys, and feeling there's still...something THERE, some deeper resource of sound, some musical dimension I can still push into. We purchased our brushed mahoghany 6'1" piano over a year ago, and we've had it tuned several times. And now the strings have stretched, and it's settled in, and it's a wonder. You get the glistening sound with high scale runs, the clarity of the middle range, and the sense of falling off something when you hit big bass octaves. I haven't the exquisite ear that can tell a Baldwin from a Steinway, and those two from half a dozen other brands. I can only say that for the money, our piano can't be beat: in looks and sound, it projects itself like an instrument that is tens of thousands of dollars more expensive. Some friends of ours bought an elegant six and a half foot Steinway; it was grand for a while, but at its best--and it cost twice what ours did--it couldn't match what we've got. So...after a year and a half, no complaints. Much praise to Fandrich & Sons."

-- John Brown
Bellingham, WA