The largest parlor grand piano within the successful Tradition series, the W.Hoffmann T 186 model embodies the coveted European acoustic quality. Its well-balanced, durably pleasant and richly colored voice stems from the “C. Bechstein genes” found in all series – a quality that’s rooted in the great German tradition of piano-making.
A medium-sized parlor grand piano that makes your daily practice a dream, the T 177 model is rooted in the great German piano-making tradition and boasts a sound of a distinctively European quality.
The W.Hoffmann T 161 baby grand piano in the Tradition series stands out for its harmonious and well-balanced European sound that is the result of a synthesis between state-of-the-art technology, the traditional working out of the action and the manual voicing of the hammerheads. The excellent action assembly enables you to interpret any work subtly and master pianissimo and fortissimo passages alike. Moreover, this baby grand boasts a highly differentiated voice.
This upright is a robust concert piano provided with an extra-large soundboard that enables the sound to unfold freely. This model is made by C. Bechstein Europe using carefully selected materials on a production site that is unique in Europe for its state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and the excellent training of its 150 staff members. This facility is the only one in Europe outside Germany that produces quality upright concert pianos that boast such outstanding value for money.
The T 122 model boasts many details typical of great piano-making. The action integrates a wealth of craftsmanship and delivers a stunning dynamic range that enables you to master pianissimo and fortissimo passages alike, while the voice stands out for its differentiated, colorful tone. All the production steps involved in making this piano, including the manual voicing of the hammerheads, are performed in the Czech Republic by the C. Bechstein Europe piano-makers. The five-year warranty also comes from C. Bechstein Europe, a production site unique in Europe as it offers optimal prerequisites for high-quality piano-making.