Ebony Case with Chrome Trimmings and Fittings
It's an affordable high quality acoustic piano without cutting any corners, offering reliability in terms of both sound and performance. Built to last a lifetime of demanding play and incredible value for the student to advanced level player.
Danemann Pianos is a British manufacturer of pianos, originally based in Islington, London. From 1893 to 1980 they produced a wide range of pianos from small to large uprights, 5' 2" grands, 6' 8" grands and 9' 6" concert grands. Their actions were built and supplied by Renner, Schwander and British Piano Actions. Among their customers were British embassies, the P&O Lines and many educational institutions.
Their pianos were exported worldwide including tropicalized versions for India and Africa. The company also made pianos for other companies, including Pohlmann. Many examples of these pianos can be found in the UK. Danemann pianos were supplied to schools and colleges across the world.
Featuring a Slow-Fall Key Lid to protect piano and fingers.
For ambitious novice players, this offers the ideal stepping stone to establish your practice. And for established players, this is the perfect secondary practice piano for a home studio or practice space.
The sleek casing will fit seamlessly with any decor, available in polished black, bold white or rich mahogany to suit your needs. The Danemann DU-110 would be the perfect addition to a music school, offering a sturdy and reliable piano for a lifetime of learning.
2 Year Extendable Warranty
Nationwide Ground Floor Delivery
New Adjustable Matching Stool (Worth: €195)
Warranty is renewed after two years if O'Briain Pianos or a third party tune your piano at least once a year.
Piano is tuned prior to delivery. It's important that you tune your piano after two months, as it takes two months for your piano to acclimatize and adapt to its new environment (Tuning Cost: €130).
During this 'settling in' period, a piano goes slightly out of tune. After this first tuning, your piano must be tuned at least once a year (Tuning Cost: €130).
If you are an intermediate to advanced level player, tuning every six months is advised.