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#35967 - 05/25/06 01:32 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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sweet, and the harp in the picture just incredible. i would love to hear you play the harp one of these days if you could record it!! beautiful piano. i love the setup. enjoy your new love!!!


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#35968 - 05/25/06 06:28 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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#35969 - 05/26/06 12:35 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Here is my new grand piano. 3hearts It is so much more fun to play this than my electric piano. I don't know why I didn't purchase an acoustic piano sooner.

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#35970 - 05/26/06 01:57 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Wow a Perzina 6'1! I too own one just like yours. How did you come to the decision of purchasing a Perzina over the others?

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#35971 - 05/26/06 06:16 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by Pete the bean:
Here is my piano collection. The bechstein has been rebuilt with new strings and refinish. The ivories are perfect. It was Built in 1901. The hinges on the piano look like they came from a treasure chest on sponge bob
The heintzman has new strings hammers refinish,. Stripping the legs took 12 hours, but this baby is a pretty sight. This piano was built 1899. Not a single crack in the sound board. While buffing the ivories I came across a key with all the tuning dates from 1926 thru the late '30's. Makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up thinking about how long ago that was.
http://community.webshots.com/photo/550592646/2168985740091003540XlcVZx

http://community.webshots.com/photo/550592646/2410128880091003540WuzFmN

http://community.webshots.com/photo/2070111520091003540nlBQWm
http://community.webshots.com/photo/2060154640091003540KQisFD
Pete,

Thanks for Posting the Pictures. It's a very beautiful instrument. Love the wood work.

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#35972 - 05/26/06 06:28 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by windwardmusic:
Hi - Just wanted to post a link to a few pictures of my new Nikolaus W Schimmel CC 213 NWS for those who didn't see them on my post or for those who didn't see the new pics.

THESE ARE HIGHER RESOLUTION -if you have trouble loading them, please let me know - thanks
Windwardmusic,

Great looking Piano. I really like the legs. It has a great finish. No coasters under the wheels, not worried about damaging the floors?

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#35973 - 05/26/06 06:33 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by garnpet:
Great looking pianos everyone. Here is a pictures of ours. The make is Traugott Berndt and it measures 6 feet.

We are currently looking for more information about this piano. The best we have come up with is that is was made in Germany in the mid-late 1800's. It is in excellent condition and previously it was housed at one of the embassies here in Ottawa.
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Garnpet,

Really nice finish on the piano. Also is it hand painted on the inside?

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#35974 - 05/26/06 06:46 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by Pianoharpy:
[QB] OK - may I try one more time?? Thanks for your patience!!

Pianoharpy,

Very nice looking Piano. Really like the finish. And the Harp is Awesome. I better not let my wife see that. Or I'll be Harp shopping. eek

#35975 - 05/26/06 08:17 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by ivrier:
Wow a Perzina 6'1! I too own one just like yours. How did you come to the decision of purchasing a Perzina over the others?
Hi Ivier,

I came to my decision by shopping around, and playing alot of pianos. I had such a blast shopping. It was so much fun. There were alot of pianos that I liked, but this one really stood out for me. I loved the sound, the tone, and the touch. I was really impressed with the quality of the piano, and how much I was getting for the price. So needless to say, I bought it, and I've been exremely happy with it.

#35976 - 05/26/06 08:30 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by ivrier:
[b] Wow a Perzina 6'1! I too own one just like yours. How did you come to the decision of purchasing a Perzina over the others?
Hi Ivier,

I came to my decision by shopping around, and playing alot of pianos. I had such a blast shopping. It was so much fun. There were alot of pianos that I liked, but this one really stood out for me. I loved the sound, the tone, and the touch. I was really impressed with the quality of the piano, and how much I was getting for the price. So needless to say, I bought it, and I've been exremely happy with it. [/b]
Beautiful Piano. What did you think of the way it sounded inside your house for the first time. laugh I think that's one of the biggest thrills.

#35977 - 05/27/06 12:10 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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I absolutely love the tone, touch and everything about this piano. I've tried playing on a Kawai, Yamaha C1, Petrof, Young Chang and I fell in love with this one. I honestly feel that the piano is underpriced with the quality that was placed on the production. It's price is half of a C3 Yamaha which sounds quite similar.

#35978 - 05/27/06 12:45 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Mazer,

Your piano is gorgeous!

Please note the heating vent in the corner, on the floor. You might consider putting a small piece of metal in the half facing the camera, to avoid any direct airflow.

These vents can cause trouble for grands: they blow right up at the soundboard from underneath.

--Cy--


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#35979 - 05/27/06 02:16 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Hello All,

As soon as i get my pics online, I will post them, though I feel ashamed,as its nothing like some of the ones already on here. It's a '23 Cable Nelson Reproducing Grand. It is in very nice shape.
Everyone here has such nice instruments...if anybody ever wants to get rid of one of them....hehe...i'd be happy to take it off your hands...

#35980 - 05/27/06 07:35 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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ta-da - Sha's soon to be delivered Schimmel Diamond Edition piano

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#35981 - 05/27/06 10:17 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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My pride and joy, just arrived today
C.Bechstein C 232

Just the perfect piano to play the Liszt B minor Sonata...

#35982 - 05/27/06 11:19 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by Cy Shuster:
Mazer,

Your piano is gorgeous!

Please note the heating vent in the corner, on the floor. You might consider putting a small piece of metal in the half facing the camera, to avoid any direct airflow.

These vents can cause trouble for grands: they blow right up at the soundboard from underneath.

--Cy--
Cy Shuster,

It's not my piano your commenting on. It's Garnpet's piano.

wink

#35983 - 05/28/06 12:06 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Some of you have already seen these photos, but I am so excited to be receiving the Knabe back home on Friday after 18 months away at the rebuilders.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v386/skyblanche01/c7.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v386/skyblanche01/c8.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v386/skyblanche01/Knabephotos128.jpg

Great piano photos everyone.

skyblanche

#35984 - 05/28/06 08:08 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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nice

#35985 - 05/28/06 04:32 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Quote
Originally posted by mazersteven:
Garnpet,

Really nice finish on the piano. Also is it hand painted on the inside?
[Linked Image]

From what we have found out the design inside the piano was hand painted and is actually original. Further information has put the piano at 1875. For a full set of pictures click on my signature link or check out the link below...

http://www.hammerfluegel.net/viewer.php?albid=194&stage=2

Quote
Originally posted by Cy Shuster:
Please note the heating vent in the corner, on the floor. You might consider putting a small piece of metal in the half facing the camera, to avoid any direct airflow.
These vents can cause trouble for grands: they blow right up at the soundboard from underneath.

--Cy--
Thanks for the information, never even crossed my mind!

#35986 - 05/28/06 07:08 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Hi Garnpet,

What kind of wood veneer is that on that beautiful old piano?

The veneer sort of looks similar to this old Asherberg upright made in Dresden around the turn of the last century...which I believe is a walnut root veneer very popular in Germany at that time for piano cases.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v386/skyblanche01/asherberg1.jpg
[IMG]

skyblanche

#35987 - 05/28/06 07:11 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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This 1925 Bechstein also has a similar wood grain. I just love the way this piano looks. PF member owns this if I remember correctly.

skyblanche

#35988 - 05/28/06 07:12 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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#35989 - 05/29/06 11:34 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Wow

#35990 - 05/29/06 11:36 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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P.S. What type of finish is on that?

#35991 - 05/29/06 09:31 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by Orgelquaeler:
P.S. What type of finish is on that?
If you are asking about my piano, I think it is mahogany - but I really have no idea.

#35992 - 05/29/06 10:51 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Have posted this before, but anyway, here are pictures of my Sauter Delta
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Sauter 185 Delta with accelerated action and burl walnut fallboard
#35993 - 05/29/06 11:43 PM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Garnpet,

Your piano is definitely not mahoghany. It is I believe the walnut tree root veneer I mentioned above and provided pictures of other German made pianos with the same veneer.

Organqueler,

If you are asking about the Bechstein finish,...I would suspect that it is a polyester finish...as it has been most likely completely redone...since 1925. The piano belongs to someone on the Forum...so maybe they will notice it and give you the correct answer.

Wzkit

That is one beautiful fallboard if I do say so.

skyblanche

#35994 - 06/02/06 08:00 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Originally posted by M3:
I've had it for 10 days now. 3hearts

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Wow, I LOVE Yamaha pianos! Is it a baby grand? And nice house too!

#35995 - 06/02/06 08:13 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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wow smile
GORGEOUS!!!!

Are you an interior decorator by any chance? Even your dog blends in nicely with your house and piano!

Enjoy your piano, there's so much more beautiful music to play!


Make music not war
#35996 - 06/02/06 10:12 AM Re: Post Your Piano Pictures  
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Since there aren't a lot of photos of uprights, here is our son's new U1.

http://www.pianoworld.com/Uploads/files/DSC00712.JPG

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