Hailun Grand Piano – Model 178
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If you haven’t heard of Hailun, it is a name you will remember from this point forward. There are hundreds of Asian companies making pianos. But only a tiny handful export pianos. Hailun is one of the few. More than that, it is one of the most highly regarded Asian pianos being manufactured today and is rated with Steinway and Yamaha as the most valuable brand in the United States by Musical Instrument Review which is a highly respected industry publication.
These are top-notch instruments suitable for a demanding global market. There are many reasons pianists, teachers, and schools are choosing Hailun pianos. Here are some of the technical attributes found in this Hailun Grand Piano
- Slow Close Fall-Board
- Slow Close Lid (Open the lid with 2 fingers!)
- Transferable Limited 15 Year Warranty – Parts & Labor (Best in the industry)
- Wet Sand Cast Plate (Same type used on Steinway, Mason & Hamlin and other top-tier pianos)
- Reinforced German Felt for warm sound
- German Röslau Piano Strings with Duplex Scaling for enhanced tone
- Hand Notched Maple Bridges for structural integrity
- Spruce Soundboard for rich tone
- 18 Ply Quarter Sawn Maple Pin block for tuning stability
- Maple Inner & Outer Rim for structural integrity and sustained tone
- Performance Plus Design All Wood Action – no plastic!
- Aluminum Action Rail to avoid warping
- Hard Maple Hammer Rail
- Multi-laminate Poplar Keybed
- Spruce Keys
- Brass Pedals (not just plated)
We are living in a new piano world. Hundreds of venerable names of piano companies are stenciled on pianos coming from unnamed companies in China and Indonesia. These instruments serve one spectrum of the piano market – entry level price point.
Hailun is a piano designed for people looking for a top-tier playing experience with exceptional value. What sets Hailun apart is a combination of top quality design, first class materials and expert hand crafted quality. The European and American design elements contribute to the quality of the sound and precision of its performance – a piano made to last.