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"I would recommend these pianos to my students. It's nice to know that there are pianos that are so satisfying to play and yet have reasonable prices."

-- Kathryn Heafield
Seattle teacher and performing artist.

"I don't get tired playing these pianos. You don't have to pound to get the response, and the tone isn't tiring to the ears. Of course everyone has their own preference in terms of tone, but this is the only store I've been to where I like every piano even though they're not all the same. They all have such clarity of tone, even in the bass. How come all piano manufacturers don't do what you do?"

-- Bradley Sutton
Accomplished pianist and frequent store visitor.

"We feel very grateful to Fandrich & Sons and recommend them to anyone interested in a quality piano. We would be repeat customers if we were to buy more than one piano. But this one is so terrific, I think it will last in our family for at least a couple of generations."

-- Betty Lamont
Regarding her Fandrich & Sons Model 108 (43" upright).

"We bought one of your Fandrich & Sons Model 130 with the traditional action about 2 years ago, which has now gone away with my husband's sister. We want another piano for ourselves and I'm not even going to bother going to the other stores--I want to order another one of yours just like the other one."

-- Trisha Howell

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"I'm picky. Before I bought my Fandrich & Sons 7' foot grand piano, I played every instrument on the market. Yes, I make my money performing "Rock" music, but I was classically trained and still have the dream of making that last hard 10 percent to become a world class legitimate player. And I needed an instrument with the touch and dynamic range to take me there--an instrument expressive enough to play Chopin but still powerful enough to swing the blues. I chose the Fandrich piano over all the rest in the world, and she has not disappointed me."

-- Ray Montgomery
Seattle pianist recently with New York Jimmy and the Jive Five on their national tour.