Mechanical Music Digest  Archives
You Are Not Logged In Login/Get New Account
Please Log In. Accounts are free!
Logged In users are granted additional features including a more current version of the Archives and a simplified process for submitting articles.
Home Archives Calendar Gallery Store Links Info
MMD > Archives > October 2010 > 2010.10.22 > 01Prev  Next


Relative Quality of "Cheaper" Player Pianos
By Larry Mayo

Years ago, when my interest in reproducer pianos began, most sources
seemed to describe Steck, Stroud, and other cheaper models as being
of poorer quality.

Does anybody have anything to say about the quality of those "cheap"
pianos as compared to modern brands that are recognized as being of
high quality?

Larry Mayo

 [ Most techs would say that older pianos are superior to newer
 [ pianos of the same name.  Quality should be judged by listening
 [ to the piano, not by reading adverts and consumer buzz.  Has
 [ anybody participated in a "blindfolded" comparison?  Naturally,
 [ resale value is typically a big consideration...  -- Editor


(Message sent Fri 22 Oct 2010, 16:47:02 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Cheaper, Pianos, Player, Quality, Relative

Home    Archives    Calendar    Gallery    Store    Links    Info   


Enter text below to search the MMD Website with Google



CONTACT FORM: Click HERE to write to the editor, or to post a message about Mechanical Musical Instruments to the MMD

Unless otherwise noted, all opinions are those of the individual authors and may not represent those of the editors. Compilation copyright 1995-2018 by Jody Kravitz.

Please read our Republication Policy before copying information from or creating links to this web site.

Click HERE to contact the webmaster regarding problems with the website.

Please support publication of the MMD by donating online

Pay via PayPal

No PayPal account required

                                                       
Translate This Page

. .