Brand new right out of the box High End Albert Weber 51" Upright piano. "The best kept secret on the internet. In Sonny's opinion "sounds like a Steinway Model K at a fraction of the cost". Beautiful Rosewood with a Bubinga Inlaid. Sonny's Pianos & Piano Advantage Piano Company in Milwaukee have entered into a partnership to sell the remarkable high end Young Chang Piano called the Albert Weber that was designed by Joseph Pramberger from the legendary Pramberger Piano Family. Joseph worked for Steinway & Sons and spent 29 years perfecting his skills, first as a Design and Project Engineer, then as Vice President of Manufacturing. Joseph joined Young Chang in 1995 where he made dramatic innovations in sound and action design to help improve the quality of their affordable grand pianos. That led the company to produce a new line called the Pramberger Series. Mr. Pramberger saw the culmination of his work in 2000 with the launch of his own piano line, the Pramberger Platinum Piano which is now called the Albert Weber. Sonny's Pianos is the East Coast Marketing and Sale Representative for Piano Advantage and will be selling new Albert Webers from their Warehouse and Showroom in Holbrook NY for Piano Advantage. This one is a brand new 51" Rosewood Upright. It has a German Renner Action and Renner hammers which is what the Steinway Factory in Hamburg Germany uses when they make a new Steinway. Sonnys says "I am very impressed with these Albert Weber Pianos and in my professional opinion this one is comparible to the Steinway Model K, and better then the Yamaha and Kawai Upright Pianos of a similair size but at a much lower price". It comes with 10 year manufacturing warranty. Come play it at Sonny's Piano Warehouse.
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