As C. Bechstein Concert pianos have become exceedingly rare since the 1950’s, the experience of playing one can be a little surprising at first; these instruments have lighter key actions than equivalent American, Viennese, or Japanese pianos. Once one becomes accustomed to the instrument however, they are welcomed by the complex tonal palette and huge dynamic range that these pianos offer. The bass and tenor registers have unparalleled sense of solidity and homogeneity, yet speak with a refined clarity and transparency. The treble register has a crystalline brilliance, where the overtone content is bursting with energy and vibrancy.
At Millers our team will endeavour to give you the very best experience, the will help you to identify the right instrument and service you for. The majority of clients who visit us actually select a different from the one they initially considered. This is because our team take the time to understand our clients and their requirements, explaining the differences in playing experience, longevity, and suitability.
Make the right choice by talking to our team first.