Estonia Model 168

Estonia Model 168

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Our Model 168 (5’6) is perfect for living and music rooms, apartments and studios.

They are individually crafted, each made into a work of art. The Estonia 168 is considered by many to be the best choice in its size as a performance level instrument.

Specifications

Length – 5’6 in (168 cm)
Width – 5’0 in (152 cm)
Height – 3’4 in (101,5 cm)
Net Weight – 767 lb (348 kg)
Rim – Thick Baltic wood, multiple layers to support the special Estonia sound
Braces – Spruce, crosscut 4×2 in (11 x 5 cm)
Pinblock – Highest grade, from Germany
Soundboard – Made of the highest quality European spruce, imported from Germany. All clear grade, specially selected
Soundboard area – 13,46 sq.ft (1,25 sq.m)
Ribs – 10 radial grain, made of spruce
Treble bridge – Red beech, topmost: maple
Bass bridge – Red beech, topmost: maple
Scale – Special European scale-design
Plate – European, sand cast iron plates, highest-quality finish
Tuning Pins – Highest grade, from Germany
Strings – Highest quality, imported steel piano wire from Germany. Bass wires are core wound with pure copper, handmade at the Estonia Piano Factory
Longest bass wire – 4’08” in (123,9 cm)
Hammers – The highest quality hammers – Renner Blue, made by the Renner Company, Germany
Action – First class actions by Renner, Germany
Keys – Spruce, made by the ESTONIA Piano Factory. Key covers from Kluge, Germany. Also use Kluge keyboards from Germany.
Felts – The best wool, special order from Germany and England
Pedals – Three pedals: Una corda, Full sostenuto, and Full sustain

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