W. Hoffmann Vision V2 114cm modern style upright piano Black NEW

from Robert Morley & Company Ltd.

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Price: £7,500.00

Date: 20-10-2022 10:51AM

Expiration Date: 20-07-2023 10:49AM

Description

W. Hoffmann Vision V2 114cm modern style upright piano Black NEW M31715

The new W.Hoffmann Vision V 2 - the small piano for big ideas. And despite its slight frame, it really packs a powerful sound - and also comes from one of Europe's most historically important music centers, the university city of Hradec Králové.

The Vision V 2 is manufactured in the heart of Europe - and has a beautiful, smooth sound, providing you with all the dynamic possibilities that you need to realise your creative musical ideas.

The Vision V 2 does more than just treat you and your listeners to beautifully sounding entertainment. With its modern style and clean, simple forms, it is also very easy on the eye.

Full compass - 7¼ octaves – 88 notes
3 pedals (practice pedal)
Made in Czech Republic by C. Bechstein Europe

Dimensions : Height 114cm × Width 150cm × Depth 59cm
Weight 220 kg.

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