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I bet it sounds like a dog

Post by MarkGoodwinPianos » 27 Jul 2011, 08:11

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Re: I bet it sounds like a dog

Post by Colin Nicholson » 27 Jul 2011, 13:00

.... certainly looks that way! a 'louvered' piano!!
Wonder if the louvered 'air vents' open up in the heat.... just like those greenhouse windows back in the 80's !! :) might even sound 'tinny' !!
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Re: I bet it sounds like a dog

Post by Gill the Piano » 27 Jul 2011, 19:13

Quite telling that they haven't put a sound sample on the site! (Sorry, I'm sure there's a technical term for that, but I don't know it...) Bluthner action though... :shock:
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Re: I bet it sounds like a dog

Post by NewAge » 31 Jul 2011, 10:02

MarkGoodwinPianos wrote:http://phpianos.dk/pianette.html
Although it's marketed as a pianette and stated to be small I don't see why it should necessarily sound like a dog. Together with the alleged Bluthner 'state of the art' input it could be quite a pleasant sounding instrument.
However if I wanted a special designer instrument and money was no object (neither of which apply) I would seriously consider a Sauter P. Maley design like the Pure or Rondo. I've tried the latter and everything about it was superb - except the price.
I was playing the piano in a zoo, when the elephant burst into tears. I said, "Don't you recognize the tune?" He replied, "No, I recognize the ivories!"

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