1991 Schimmel

Grand Piano

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year 1991
manufacturer Schimmel
model LE 610
finish Polished
color/wood Ebony
size 6'10"
id 374
 
1991 Schimmel - Grand Pianos
 

This Limited Edition Schimmel 6’10” grand piano sports much class. Take a peek inside and you will notice sparkling gold accents on the cast iron plate. Crests & crowns found throughout the instrument invoke an air of royalty.

The contrast between the high-polished ebony cabinet and all of the brass is quite striking.  Notice the double brass casters and brass detailing at the top of each leg. There are even three lengths of lid props, two of which are brass. Each of these brass accents are strategically placed to create the utmost in contrast and style.

Of course, sound is also important if you are not investing in this German grand piano as a piece of furniture alone. You will be quite pleased to find the tone is “sweet”. In fact, I needed to go play this piano for a few minutes to accurately describe the tone. It is warm, but not muddy. It is clear, but not bright. If I were to describe the tone, the best word I can think of is “sweet”.  Very pleasant, maybe a little romantic. This piano doesn’t make me want to belt out a bunch of rock and roll. Chopin nocturnes, ballads, love songs and the like are most suited for the tonal character of this piano. It soothes you into a calm and relaxed mood.

If you want to enjoy peaceful evenings at the piano, call us at 1-800-950-3774 and save plenty of $$$ on this “like new” instrument.

P.S. If you don’t like to be relaxed, that’s alright, too! We have pianos that will make you want to play like Jerry Lee Lewis also. The same toll-free number will satisfy your musical taste-buds.This Limited Edition Schimmel 6’10” grand piano sports much class. Take a peek inside and you will notice sparkling gold accents on the iron plate. Crests & crowns found throughout the instrument invoke an air of royalty.
 
The contrast between the high-polished ebony cabinet and all of the brass is quite striking.  Notice the double brass casters and brass detailing at the top of each leg. There are even three vary heights of lid props, two of which are brass. Each of these brass accents are strategically placed to create the utmost in contrast and style.
 
Of course, sound is also important if you are not investing in this German grand piano as a piece of furniture alone. You will be quite pleased to find the tone is “sweet”. In fact, I needed to go play this piano for a few minutes to accurately describe the tone. It is warm, but not muddy. It is clear, but not bright. If I were to describe the tone, the best word I can think of is “sweet”.  Very pleasant, maybe a little romantic. This piano doesn’t make me want to belt out a bunch of rock and roll. Chopin nocturnes, ballads, love songs and the like are most suited for the tonal character of this piano. It soothes you into a calm and relaxed mood.

 
 

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