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Like most, before I decided on a Steinway, I have gone searching and trying other many good pianos. During the process, Steinway clearly stands out amongst the rest. It is difficult to describe and quantify the beauty of the tone.. it is very clean and crisp.. responsive to touch. The experience of playing on a Steinway piano is priceless...
I choose Steinway for the qualities of tone, pitch consistency, touch responsiveness, and superior craftsmanship.
But honestly while I know it is a superior instrument, I didn't realise how much more superior it is until my 3 kids had to take their ABRSM practical exam Covid-style remotely. The power of the instrument comes through even on a simple handphone recording (not professional recording in a studio). Its testament to the great quality and craftsmanship!
Quite simply, I consider them to be the best. Steinway pianos make beautiful music, and they make me a better pianist.
As the owner of 2 model D Steinways, I guess I've never thought about the value-for-money aspect. How do you place a value on an instrument this sublime?
Retired Teacher, Music Lover
I think Steinway pianos are the best: incredible quality (tone, sound, touch and response) and the best value for money. Owning one is a 30-year-old dream come true.
I would highly recommend Steinway to my friend if their budget permits.
A worthwhile investment. The best piano that money can buy.
I’ve dreamnt of owning a Steinway for a very long time and this desire heightened after playing on a friend’s Steinway many years back. The feel, sound, touch is so different compared to the Yamaha grand that I had; hard to put into words; only a pianist will appreciate and understand the what I mean. The bass notes especially, has a beautiful rich tone - whenever I hear a CD recording, you can tell when it’s a Steinway.