Just arrived! – A Petrof pre-owned grand piano.
The Petrof 194 Grand Piano imprints a deep emotional experience within the pianist, and in the hearts of the listeners, that often cannot be put into words. It is popular with a demanding clientele and colleges of music, as well as for musical performances at smaller halls and functions.
Petrof have a completely individual approach towards the building of the Standard Series models, which enables devotion of the greatest care to each one. This produces instruments that despite their size arouse in both pianist and listener alike the emotions and atmosphere of a large concert hall. The 194 model instrument is distinguished not only by it’s sound properties, but also by the fact that one can select a piano that perfectly suits the interior or hall for which it is intended.
Dimensions: Length 6 foot 4 inches (194cm) x 5 foot wide
Colour: Black Polished Ebony Casing with brass hardware
Price includes a 10 year written warranty, FREE adjustable stool, FREE nationwide ground floor delivery and FREE tuning prior to delivery.
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Susan Petrof is a representative of the fifth generation of the Petrof family and is currently the head of the PETROF company. She is a very successful and respected manager not only within this branch of industry. In the course of her work at PETROF, she has gained many awards, particularly for her managerial skills. Among these is the honorary title MANAGER OF THE YEAR 2014, and she regularly appears in FORBES magazine’s list of the most influential women in the Czech Republic.
Susan Petrof has successfully continued the tradition of her predecessors and as a reward, her company is today the largest producer of acoustic pianos in Europe and has many significant awards to its credit.
“During the production process individual components and entire pianos undergo several kinds of quality control. The final, exit control is carried out just before the piano is wrapped and dispatched. We wrap the pianos in several layers of wrapping material to ensure that however long the journey may be to your homes or concert halls, they cannot be damaged mechanically or by damp in the environment.” By Susan Petrof