New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121
New Hailun 121

New Hailun 121

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€4.900,00
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€4.900,00
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High quality Hailun 121, perhaps the most popular model with students and teachers. Aesthetically pleasing, tall, sleek and with a brass plate surrounding the pedal section, giving it a different look to other Hailun models. A great looking and sounding instrument that is ideal for all levels of player, from beginner to advanced.

A true family business, Hailun have built a reputation for precision and reliability among their customers. Combining their expertise with that of Mr Veletzky, a piano builder from Vienna, the business has grown to be one of the giants of piano production. During this time, Hailun has teamed up with piano designers from around the world, including: George Emerson, Zlatkovic Sibin and Ema Shigeru.

They have also worked with Stephen Paulello, the French scale designer to ensure both the cabinetry and internal works of their instruments rival those made in the long established markets. Hailun provide perfect instruments for any musician looking to buy a superb piano at an incredibly reasonable price.

Superior Parts: Reinforced German felt hammers, wood parts made of hornbeam, and an aluminium with a maple core action rail. The action is geared at professional users and aims at providing maximum performance for the pianist.

It has shiny Brass fittings and comes with a rich, powerful acoustic tone and overall presence. It features a slow fall lid system to protect fingers when closing lid, which also protects the piano from damage. The practice pedal is handy for quiet play, where the player may want to practice scales without disturbing anyone else in the room.

5 Year Warranty

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