A Look at the Bösendorder 214 Grand Piano

A Look at the Bösendorder 214 Grand Piano

Bösendorder 214

 

The Bösendorfer 214 is a magnificent 7 ft. Grand Piano, meticulously hand-crafted with a wonderful balance of tonal clarity and power. Its unique angled rim allows for more area space for the soundboard and longer bass string length, providing greater resonance. The rims are made from solid pieces of spruce, as opposed to layers of thin wood laminates typically used by most other manufacturers. In short, there are no shortcuts taken with the Bösendorfer 214, making this one of the finest examples of 7 ft. pianos available anywhere in the world. Watch the video below to hear a sample of the musical capabilities of this instrument.

Characteristics


Resonance case technology and solid spruce rim construction for advanced projection
Independent Capo d’Astro for perfect adjustment in the descant registry
Sophisticated processing of European raw materials exclusively
Resonance body out of Austrian spruce resonance wood
Hand spun Bösendorfer bass strings
Handcrafted in Austria
Single stringing
3 pedals

Specifications


Length 7′
Width 4’11”
Weight 809lbs
88 Keys

 

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