Ebony Case with Chrome Trimmings and Fittings
Best Features: Slow Fall Lowering System on the main lid, which is heavy, to help assist you when lowering down the main Lid to completely close the piano. You won't find this feature on most other grand pianos. Slow Fall Key Lid System to protect small fingers and the piano itself when closing the key lid.
The new Hailun Premium Grade HG-151 is perhaps the best looking and sounding Baby Grand currently on the market in terms of value, performance, reliability, aesthetics, quality of tone, versatility, dynamics, and colorful expression. Its award winning design is sleek and head turning; a piano that looks as great as it sounds. Ideal for the home or professional studio. Tuned, toned, regulated, and set-up by O'Briain Pianos.
Superior Parts: Reinforced German felt hammers, wood parts made of hornbeam, and aluminium non-deteriorating key-bed with a maple core action rail. The action is geared at professional users and aims at providing maximum performance for the pianist.
It has a full, rounded acoustic tone, with strong Tenor and potent rich Bass. It's not overly bright and piercing like some Baby Grands; sounding more like a full size grand on account of its shape, outer rim which acts as an amplifier, and high quality premium grade components. When you look into the piano, the inner workings are like a jewelry box, with Bronze and Silver styled parts. The piano is very thick skinned, chunky and strong looking, with three pedals, beautifully shaped wheels, and full size keyboard.
The HG-151 is a truly exceptional piano to last a lifetime. It's suitable for a player who wants to expend as little or as much energy as required in a particular piece, and without holding back.
Dimensions: Length: 151cm (Just under 5ft)
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.