A lifetime instrument of the highest quality. Hailun pianos are world leaders in piano manufacturing. The Hailun 120 is considered the best value premium piano in the current market. There are other new pianos around the same price, but they are only entry level, most with no legs or feet incorporated into the design.
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 Eastern 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 European market.
The Hailun 120 is a premium built piano, tall like a Yamaha U1, long strings, large soundboard and acoustic chamber. It features a slow fall lid system to protect fingers and piano from damage, other similar priced pianos don't have this feature.
The Hailun 120 is quite different in tone to other acoustic pianos, with a soft, mellow, rounded pure tone, not overly bright and sounding more like a high quality German overstrung than a brighter toned acoustic piano built in the far east. Internally the piano is a mix of German and European parts, Viennese and American design, assembled in China and exported to every continent.
It has modern Chrome fittings instead of the usual brass and has nice all round features and aesthetics. The practice pedal is handy for quiet play, where the player may want to practice scales without disturbing anyone else in the room. The casing is sleek, beautifully designed and suits almost any setting, from the home to recording studio.
Free nationwide ground floor delivery and set up
Free new adjustable matching stool
Free tuning on delivery day
Five Year Warranty
Annual tuning starts at €120 depending on location