For a brief time in the late 1990s and early 2000s, famed piano designer Joseph J. Pramberger (formerly of Steinway & Sons), working in partnership with the Young Chang piano company, designed and crafted a piano of uncommon musical quality and visual character. Although Pramberger's death in 2003 brought the partnership to a premature end, the pianos produced during this time remain as wonderful testaments to Pramberger's legacy.
Pramberger's design produces a piano with a beautifully warm tone and full, resonant bass, much more so than one could expect from many other grands produced in Asia. It feels and sounds very much like you'd expect of a world-class piano at an affordable price.
Contemporary Asian pianos feature high-polished ebony finishes almost exclusively - it's extremely rare that we come across one in this attractive satin ebony finish. It's a great choice for more classic interiors and rooms where a high-polished piano would be inappropriate. It's an enjoyable musical instrument in a package that is very aesthetically appealing!
This piano was manufactured in Korea by Young Chang, a trusted piano maker established in 1956. The original Young Chang pianos were assembled using parts from Yamaha. They were the first musical instrument manufacturer in South Korea. They incorporated in 1962 as in independent company and began manufacturing their own pianos in 1968 after signing an agreement for technical support from Yamaha.
Young Chang pianos offer the opportunity to own a well built instrument at a very affordable price.
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