I currently own a wonderful little knight K20 upright. I'm in the process of having a garage coversion to turn into a music room and I will have the dedicated space for a small/medium grand and so am toying with changing my knight out. I know knight used to also make baby grands but i can't find any real info about them. Are they as good as their uprights? As for danemann/kemble i would be looking at a 60"s, 70"s model 5 to 6 ft, Should I entertain a broadwood of a similar vintage? . Are these piano"s any good? Anything i need to look out for, should i stick with my knight?, or save my pennies for a 80's yamaha c3.
All responses will be greatly appreciated
However, Danemannn made superlative grands- top of the tree in 60s= 70s.
Indeed, Mr Ogden when he won the Tchaikovsky Piano prize in 70s(?) picked a Danemann for himself from all competitors.
Any fool can make a piano-- it needs a tuner to put the music in it
I know Ogdon owned a pair of D Steinways in his London home.