Type: Overstrung/Underdamper Upright Piano
Brand: Danemann, UK
Finish: Satin Mahogany
Date of Manufacture: 1938
We regard Danemann pianos as being one of the best British manufacturers of the late 20th Century. Danemann are robustly built and are adaptive to climate change. They can be found in schools and music institutions all over the world, mostly in the UK and Africa.
This compact design was from the 30's and has a delicate art deco influence. The action has been reconditioned, including refaced hammers, new tapes and repetition springs. The mahogany case has been stripped and re-polished in a satin finish.
Finance is not available on this piano, thank you.
Dimensions: Width: 138cm, Depth: 58cm, Height: 116cm
After several months in the workshop, every aspect of this instrument is refinished to the highest standards. The casework now looks the same as when it was originally manufactured, having been stripped back, repaired and finished with many coats of the finest grade polish.
The brass trimmings included every screw, inside and out, are refinished and/or replaced in areas. The back of the piano is resprayed and fully lined.
The hammers are resurfaced, realigned, and now perform at their optimum best. The keyboard and pedal maintenance results in a responsive touch and comfortable playing experience. The pedal section was removed and reconditioned: while pedals were out, the inner base of the piano resprayed. Pedals are regulated and new pads installed around them to reduce movement noise. Strings, pins, and soundboard are cleaned. Each ivory key was put through a cleaning and whitening process using ultra violet light. Piano is tuned, toned and ready to play. Fully restored to last a lifetime and become a true family heirloom.
2 Year Warranty & Free Ground Floor Delivery, New Adjustable Matching Stool
Warranty is renewed after two years if O'Briain Pianos are tuning your piano annually.
Pianos must be tuned at least once a year. If you are an intermediate to advanced level player, tuning your piano every six months is advised.