Estonia Model 190

Estonia Model 190

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Our Model 190 (6’3) is the ideal choice for living and music rooms, teaching and recording studios, and chamber halls.

Built to serve professional and institutional needs, the sound and touch meet the most professional and advanced performance requirements.

Specifications

Length – 6’3 in (190 cm)
Width – 5’0 in (152 cm)
Height – 3’4 in (101,5 cm)
Net Weight – 772 lb (350 kg)
Rim – Thick Baltic wood, multiple layers to support the special Estonia sound
Braces – Spruce, crosscut 5×2 in (11,5 x 5,4 cm)
Pinblock – Highest grade, from Germany
Soundboard – Made of the highest quality European spruce, imported from Germany. All clear grade, specially selected
Soundboard area – 14,96 sq.ft (1,39 sq.m)
Ribs – 13 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 – 4’8 in (144 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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