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    Junior Member LuvRavel's Avatar
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    I fell in love with Bösendorfer's tone, it's so warm and mellow.

    I own a yamaha upright piano, although yamaha can hardly qualify for one of the best piano brand, I firmly believe that most Japanese made pianos like Kawaii and Yamaha have much superior quality consistency than European ones since they are mostly mechnically made, it takes little more servicing for newly made pianos before they are put forth for retail.

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    I asked around about Fazioli and a story came up about one being bought for the Ghent conservatory and being discarded after one year due to being played to pieces.

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