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Seiler 50" ED-126 Eduard

Model: ED126


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The German engineered ED 126 Seiler upright piano combines the use of selected German and international suppliers of the best piano manufacturing material available. The ED Series utilizes the most modern state-of-the-art manufacturing machines and processes.  The end results are highest-quality upright pianos with authentic Seiler German scales.

Very happy with my purchase

By: Orrin Ahola
Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Over the past few years I have played tons of uprights at all the Atlanta area piano stores. I've tried $2500 starter pianos up to a $25K+ Schimmel. Never could find a $40K+ Grotrian Concertino. ;) All in all I have to say that for the money, I believe this piano is an incredible value. I would say the number one asset is the incredibly warm, clear, dulcet tone that come from the middle and upper register. It makes melodies just an absolute pleasure to play and listen to. They absolutely caress my ears. Other aspects aren't perfect (i.e. some thinness in certain parts of the lower register; the height of the keyboard is taking some getting used to; the action is good, but not great)...BUT in combination the other qualities of this piano are at least GOOD, and for the money I believe it is an incredible deal. I believe this instrument could easily satisfy any student up to perhaps early advanced skill. I definitely intend to eventually upgrade to a middle-tier 6 foot grand, but I am sure I will be able to enjoy practicing on this instrument for several years. I can now post a Youtube vid and feel pleased with how the actual instrument sounds.

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