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A reputation for outstanding tone and action response.
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"We absolutely love the piano! As you know, I had very high expectations and they have all been met or exceeded. It is as much a pleasure to play as it is to listen to. My daughter's first comment was "this piano is easier to play" which I agree with 100 percent, as I don't play often and don't have very strong fingers, but I found I could play some rapid passages evenly for the very first time due to the responsiveness of the action. We actually enjoy listening to our six year old daughter play simple songs and exercises (over and over)--the lovely tone of this piano is really special! The mid range is mellow, the very high notes sing, and the very low notes almost growl a little--I am already feeling like this piano has a real character of its own. Thank you all for creating it for us!"

-- The Krause family



"2007-8 was my sabbatical year in France, and it was mostly about finally having time to work on listening for beautiful sound, long singing lines, and having the time to make music every day. Naturally, I bought a F/S grand and shipped it to my house in SW France. I could never have enjoyed my time or learned so much without my Fandrich. It never lies to you."

-- Cassandra Carr, Ph.D.



"With my new Bohemia [Janacek 185] grand piano, I feel no imitations on how far I can expand as an artist. In less than four months it has literally changed my life."

-- Sandra Heinke, M.Mus.



"I'm enjoying my piano. It's certainly the best instrument I've ever owned, and among the best I've ever played."

-- Dave Frishberg
Aug 2010, regarding his Fandrich & Sons Model 185HGS-A



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"I'm picky. Before I bought my Fandrich & Sons 7' foot grand piano, I played every instrument on the market. Yes, I make my money performing "Rock" music, but I was classically trained and still have the dream of making that last hard 10 percent to become a world class legitimate player. And I needed an instrument with the touch and dynamic range to take me there--an instrument expressive enough to play Chopin but still powerful enough to swing the blues. I chose the Fandrich piano over all the rest in the world, and she has not disappointed me."

-- Ray Montgomery
Seattle pianist recently with New York Jimmy and the Jive Five on their national tour.