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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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"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