Originally Posted By: mazurkajoe

I'm not sure what the point of this post is. Why are making this into a competition? Of course there are better pianos than that M I played, but this M's treble had a singing quality unlike any other piano (including a couple Bechstein and Steinway 9 footers) that I have played. It has actually been the 'standard' that I compare every piano's treble to whenever I play them.

Either way it's irrelevant, maybe you found a particularly nice piano but to say any Steinway is a much better buy than any low end piano based on one example of a relatively low priced Steinway is pretty silly. Like I said, there are many reasons to want a new low end piano more than an old Steinway.


Edited by trigalg693 (10/11/12 06:08 PM)