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Wow 😊. What a gorgeous sounding and looking piano. Reading your post ‘I just hit a few notes in the lower register and get a smile on my face’ made me smile. True piano love is a wonderful thing ❤️ It’s the way life should be. You may not play this piano to its full potential, but the joy of playing it will help you get there.
I am so very happy for you!
"Music, rich, full of feeling, not soulless, is like a crystal on which the sun falls and brings forth from it a whole rainbow" - F. Chopin "I never dreamt with my own two hands I could touch the sky" - Sappho
Congratulations ! A beautiful sounding piano is everything ! I am glad you went ahead and bought your dream piano. You no doubt will miss the Schimmel, one gets strongly attached to these instruments, yet the August Forster will no doubt give you a new joy that will make up for that. Wishing you many wonderful hours of playing your Forster piano !
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Wow, Learux, your new piano is a true beauty, congratulations! Being 219 cm long the AF215 is a serious contender to the Sauter Omega (220 cm), and is one of my dream pianos, alongside Bösendorfer 225 and Steingraber 212. Pretty sure that many more smiles are coming to cheer you up. All the best.
Wow! I’ll say yes indeed you did something special. Congratulations on your August Forester! Sounds gorgeous through my Sony headphones! Are you trading in or selling the Schimmel? I love Schimmels too.
J & J Estonia L190 Hidden Beauty Casio Privia PX-330 My piano’s voice is beautiful!
Got any other test material? The one low note in the recording sounds rather delicious, but with a prelude that's so chordal and located in the middle of the piano, all my fussy brain wanted to do was pick apart the tuning...
I'm really happy that you've found what seems to be your "forever" piano!