W.Hoffmann P126

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W.Hoffmann P126

Post by barefoot » 11 Jun 2016, 09:00

I wonder if somebody had a close look at or even played the W.Hoffmann P126 upright. It fits my budget and I’m very tempted to order it.

Any advice will be much appreciated.

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Re: W.Hoffmann P126

Post by Colin Nicholson » 16 Jun 2016, 07:55

Any request like this needs to be backed up with the relevant link/ price tag / photos & general information about the piano (for comparisons). Just by stating a piano name and number doesn't necessarily rely on a book of information. In other words, whatever you have seen - we need to see.
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Re: W.Hoffmann P126

Post by Pianist685 » 18 Feb 2017, 15:06

This post is more than half a year old, so maybe no longer interesting... Anyway, I once went to the Bechstein dealer in my city and tested about 6 different Hoffmann uprights (made in Czech Republic under Bechstein surveillance). I found all of them disappointing in sound. Furthermore, touch and action were too "heavy" and not very precise. None of them met my needs. I then played a Bechstein upright - big difference. I would buy.

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