Grotrian-Steinweg Concerto G118cm Traditional Upright Piano Black New

from Robert Morley & Company Ltd.


Price: £18,505.00

Date: 11-11-2021 04:50PM

Expiration Date: 30-08-2023 11:00PM


Grotrian-Steinweg Concerto G118cm traditional upright piano (Carat) black polished new

Full compass - 7¼ octaves – 88 notes
3 pedals (practice pedal) - also available to order without 3rd pedal at POA
Weight 220kg
Made in Braunschweig, Germany

For decades, our piano-makers have dreamed about building an instrument that captures the magical tone of polyphonic singing. After years spent on research and development, that dream has finally been brought to life in the shape of the G – 118. Only the very best, carefully selected materials are used in this piano.

Dimensions : 148.00cm wide 118.00cm high 54.00cm deep

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