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"Thank you so much for the incredible piano you graciously provided for our concert production of 'Anyone Can Whistle' . . . The show was a great success . . . the lucky person who played your piano, Scott Warrender, was delighted with the intrument and was raving about it. He is a widely respected musical theatre composer, whose works have been performed around the Seattle area and also off-Broadway. I thought you would like to know how pleased he was with your wonderful piano."

-- Margaret Stenson Pehrson
Producing Artistic Director, Showtunes! Theatre, commenting on the Fandrich & Sons Model 213HGS.



"Yours are the best pianos you can play on except maybe a Steinway--I could easily play either one. No one can come close for the price, evenness of tone, and action performance. Your Steinberg grand did everything I wanted it to. It has clarity and transparency in the upper register with no loss of warmth."

-- Reuel Lubag
Pacific NW regional jazz artist, Glen Miller band alumnus.



"The piano I'm playing tonight is a Fandrich & Sons built by Darrell Fandrich. He's been kind enough to lend his piano to this and several other jazz venues recently. As a piano player this is a great thing! We need to encourage Darrell to keep doing this, and if you're in the market for a piano, if you buy this one maybe I'll come over to your house and play it!"

-- Dave Peck
Seattle jazz recording and performing artist, on the occasion of his CD release party at Jazz Alley, Seattle.



"This is just a gorgeous instrument....I'd like to thank the Fandrichs and also thank the piano!."

-- Lynne Ariale
At Tula's (Seattle jazz club).



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At the July 2002 International Piano Technician Guild Convention in Chicago, IL there were 106 exhibits, including virtually all of the piano manufacturers. We happened to be in the booth next to the 7' Bosendorfer with our Fandrich & Sons Model 165HGS 5'5" grand piano and one of our Model 126V uprights. Besides having at least 6 dealers tell us they would buy our pianos at our current prices and mark them up almost double if we would let them become Fandrich & Sons dealers, we heard the following comments:

Regarding the Model 126V, as always, "This is the best upright piano I have ever played, the tone is so even and clear, the action is amazing!"

Regarding the 5'5" Model 165HGS, "This is the best action of any of the pianos here. It is so controllable, even at the quietest levels of play." "The tone of your grand is more even than the Bosendorfer [to be fair, the Bosendorfer had been delivered to the convention right out of the box]. "This piano has more heart than the 9' Bluthner concert grand on the other side of the curtain!" "This is how a treble should sound!".

And over and over, "It's hard to believe this is only a 5'5" grand, it sounds at least as big as a 6'." and also many times "My friend said I had to come and try this piano!"