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A reputation for outstanding tone and action response.
Models ending with a "V" signify Fandrich Vertical Action equipped.
 

Fandrich & Sons

Size

Type

Price
Fandrich & Sons 122 Mahogany (in stock) 48"Upright$7,240
Fandrich & Sons 122 Walnut48"Upright$7,240
Fandrich & Sons 122 Ebony 48"Upright$7,040
Fandrich & Sons 122 Cherry 48"Upright$7,240
Fandrich & Sons 165-E5'5"Grand$24,650
Fandrich & Sons 170-S 5'7"Grand$19,890
Fandrich & Sons 130-V (available 3/20/15)51"Upright$12,850
Fandrich & Sons 188-S (in stock)6'2"Grand$23,490
Fandrich & Sons 212-E (available 3/15/15) 7'Grand$37,490
Fandrich & Sons 212-S7'Grand$35,990
 

August Förster

Size

Type

Price
Model 170 (Demonstrator closeout)5'8"Grand$38,340
 

Used

Size

Type

Price
1934 Steinway & Sons Model L 5'10"Grand$7,900
Hoffmann Model 1705'7"Grand$15,560
"Our search for a piano consumed several months. We read The Piano Book and seriously researched all our options. During this time we played several Steinways, Bosendorfers, Schimmels, Mason & Hamlins, Kawais, and Yamahas. Although these well-known pianos are beautiful to look at, hard as it is to believe we found them inconsistent at best. The inflated prices were more a reflection of pedigree and finish rather than action and tone. In comparison, the Fandrich and Sons Model 185 played beautifully. The action was fully developed and the sound was warm and full. All tones were consistent, even with the slightest touch. If you are looking for the prestige of a big name piano and have money to burn, buy one of the brands mentioned earlier. But if you are looking for the best value going in a grand piano, buy a Fandrich and Sons model 185. We enjoy it more each day. Thank you Darrell and Heather."

-- S. Stern