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Albert Weber AW57 Satin Ebony BRAND NEW for sale in Waukesha, WI

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Albert Weber 5'9" (AW57)with satin ebony finish, including a matching bench. It has never been installed other than the showroom and it's still sitting in the warehouse waiting for the right person. It's an excellent quality piano with brilliant sound and fantastic action and definitely for an advanced player and big music. I recently bought it but my job transferred me to the West Coast and room is limited here. And it's a good deal too since they run at 29.000$ if purchased at a dealership. FYI here is some information about the Albert Weber brand: Today, Albert Weber pianos can be called one of the first truly "world" pianos. They were designed by an international team headed by Joseph Pramberger, the former Vice President of Manufacturing for Steinway & Sons, who shocked the piano industry by joining Young Chang in 1995. Pramberger, who passed away in 2003, came from a family that dates its history in the piano industry back to the 1700s. They are manufactured in Korea using parts sourced from America, Europe and Asia, and have a solid soundboard made from AAA Sitka spruce from Alaska, Renner Blue hammers, Renner action in its grands, and Roslau strings amongst its components. As Young Chang's top-of-the-line, they are manufactured in a separate production line and receive extra preparation and attention-to-detail. They are ranked by Larry Fine as an Upper Level Consumer-grade piano, and are hotly-competitive with many far-more-expensive European brands ranked by Fine as Good Quality Performance-grade pianos.

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