Wilhem Hedke, Berlin

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René Quinterovega
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Wilhem Hedke, Berlin

Post by René Quinterovega » 05 Sep 2014, 17:24

I purchased a piano brand Wilhem Hedke, made in Berlin Germany, approximately in 1913, has machinery Oscar Kohler, this piano was decommissioned about 50 years, with detached harp box, send assemble and repair and I finally I give the technician, and I am spectacular, is a cabinet model with pompadour, I wonder if it is a good piano, that technical characteristics has on other pianos, I feel very good, very good sound, great beat, a piano, old but new . The purpose of this question is whether or letting me sell it and buy another.

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Re: Piano Wilhem Hedke

Post by Bill Kibby » 06 Sep 2014, 10:41

I have a feeling that you have used translation software, we cannot understand a lot of the very strange English you used, so I am not sure what you are asking?
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Re: Piano Wilhem Hedke

Post by René Quinterovega » 08 Sep 2014, 16:26

I have a piano brand Hedke Wilhem has Oscar Kohler machinery, made in Berlin Germany, in about 1913, I want to know:
1. Everything about that brand ?.
2.-If it is a good piano ?.
3.-The advantages it has over other pianos ?.

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Re: Piano Wilhem Hedke

Post by Bill Kibby » 08 Sep 2014, 19:17

I have no information about Hedke, so I can't answer your questions, but someone else may do.
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