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 action of the W.Hoffmann Tradition T 177 parlor grand piano enables you to express yourself freely and effortlessly. It masters a stunning dynamic range, from whispering pianissimo to thundering fortissimo. A durable piano with a differentiated and colorful voice, the T 177 model is favored by music conservatories, just like the other W.Hoffmann grands.
Where is this parlor grand piano made?
Good quality requires good manufacturing conditions. The W.Hoffmann instruments of the Tradition series are manufactured completely in the Czech Republic. C. Bechstein Europe’s piano-makers even voice the hammerheads by hand.
Together, C. Bechstein Europe and C. Bechstein Germany, the parent company, form Europe’s main piano-making group. The manufacturing structures are characterized by a high degree of in-house production that even includes the manufacturing of the hammerheads by the German facility. The Czech production site boasts a stunning synthesis between craftsmanship and intelligently used CNC technology. After an investment of more than €15 million there, coupled with the integral refurbishment of the buildings, the restructuring performed in 2015/2016, the availability of modern technology and a workforce of 150, C. Bechstein Europe’s production site boasts potential that is radically different from the modest possibilities of most other manufacturers, who merely assemble third-party parts or perform mass production after relocating to Asia. Open day at C. Bechstein Europe Take a guided tour of the Hradec Králové production site and discover the staff’s special flair for the European tradition! C. Bechstein Europe’s piano-makers know how to make grands with a pleasant sound. We don’t produce soulless industrial products, let alone import foreign expertise.