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"Tonight we have the privilege of listening to a Fandrich & Sons piano built right here in Seattle by Darrell Fandrich. I want you to listen closely to what this piano can do, and if you're in the market for a piano, this one is a heck of a bargain."

-- Jim Wilke
Host of Jazz Northwest (KPLU) and Late Night Jazz (NPR) at Tula's, introducing performer Dave Peck.



"This is fun!. . . I'd love to have a piano like this!"

-- Jessica Williams
Art of Jazz concert, Seattle Art Museum.



One of our competitors (who wishes to remain anonymous because of business affiliations) states, "If money is not an issue I would still prefer a Fandrich & Sons over any other piano, because of the combination of sound and action performance. I find these pianos to have more life, more warmth, more musicality - in short to be more inspiring to play than any others in my experience!"




"The piano is sounding terrific. I loved the way it sounded before but it just keeps getting better and better. Thanks again for enriching my life. This piano is exceeding all my expectations!"

-- John Darling
Owner of a Fandrich & Sons Model 126V.



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Regarding her very first time playing her new Fandrich & Sons Model 165 (5'5") grand, ordered sight unseen:

"It plays beautifully...I will admit a goofy thing I did when I very first played it...I played a few low chords and the bass was so rich I actually looked underneath the piano. I think I was just saying to myself, "WHERE THE HELL DID THAT COME FROM?" That was pretty silly. What was I expecting to find? A subwoofer? I'm so fortunate to have found a wonderfully playable piano. Now if only I could do it justice.

-- Maria Perillo
Cape Cod, MA