5'8" Walnut Polish PianoDisc Player Grand Piano - Serial #574643 - 2000
This is a beautiful Petrof 5'8" grand in walnut polish finish. It comes with a padded adjustable double bench and a PianoDisc player which plays both CDs and Floppy discs. This piano has been meticulously taken care of and will be a wonderful addition to any home.
Our technicians have inspected the piano and found it to be in excellent condition. It was owned by one family who played regularly maintained the instrument. The PianoDisc Player works great and all recent updates have been installed. It comes with both floppy discs and a small selection of CDs. It is also eligible for an upgrade to the newest technology if you so desire. Reconditioning has been finished, and included:
- Hammer Resurfacing
- Aligning Hammers to Strings
- Tightening Action Screws
- Leveling Keys
- Adjusting Key Dip
- Adjusting Let-off and Backchecks
- Cleaning the Strings
- Polishing the Keytops
- Cleaning the case both inside & out
- Adjusting the Pedals
- Polishing the brass hardware
- Polishing the Case
- Tuning and Voicing
At 5'8", this Petrof piano is a great size and has a great sound, with a melodic treble and full bass. New, this piano would cost you upwards of $60,000 - for half the cost, you can have a great, reconditioned pre-owned piano!
Petrof Piano History
The first Petrof piano was made in the now Czech Republic in 1864 by Antonin Petrof. The company grew with the help of his sons, albeit through unrest in that region of Europe. By 1883, uprights were being produced, and by 1915 the youngest son took over after his fathers death. 1924 brought international exportation and entry into world expo events, which brought notoriety to the piano and many awards won.
The company weathered many national issues, including it's nationalization in1948. Throughout this time, it was under the management of the Petrof family. In 2001 the Petrof family finally regained ownership and in 2004 celebrated it's 140th year with 5th generation, Zuzana Petrofova at it's helm.
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