The price is unusually low to put it mildly, usually indicating some type of special circumstance or possibly distressed sale, but take it if you can get it - you found a bargain on a good piano growing in popularity!
I personally like the Hailun 5 ft. Grand. 6600.00 is a wonderful price and, frankly, without spending sizably more I don't think it likely to fond more piano in a new instrument.
Okay, let's say it's a fine bargain and an unusually low price (although from information provided by Dab on another thread it would seem he is shopping a store that is more about competitive pricing abd volume than about painstaking preparation).
One of the things about Hailun piano reports on this forum is that they're all good for the money. Let's say that's true, but for the sake of getting beyond that general notion, let's say that the retailer in question can offer the Hailun 161 for not much more money because the 150 is not a one-off distress sale, but part of an aggressive pricing strategy on Hailun pianos in general.
What does the 150 give away in comparison to the 161 beyond the usual bass string response? I'm familiar with the 161 and like it, but I've never seen or played a 150.
Also, What does the Hailun 150 have that separates it from other 5' grands from other Chinese and Indoensdian manufacturers with similar SMP
prices? Does anything make it stand out in its class?