I`ve heard that, but all sellers of used pianos from romania said about pianos made in china that brakes very fast, and i don t know what to think about that. Sellers say is more better to buy a used piano than a new one made in china. they have a low opinion about products made in china. What do you think?
Sellers of used pianos are in direct competition with sellers of new Chinese pianos. The competition can get pretty intense. It's not uncommon for sellers who specialize in used pianos in the US to say the same thing about pianos from China.
To fight back, those who sell pianos from China will often say that the used pianos available at the same price as their new Chinese ones are probably ready for retirement after being beaten to death at a music school. The only beneficiary of all this garbage is the guy who specializes in selling higher-priced pianos.
Hailun-built pianos have been in Western markets for about eight years now. A lot of members of this forum have bought them, both in Europe and the US. No one has reported that his piano broke. I think that comment is becoming a little ridiculous. I personally have a lot of faith in Eric Johnson (Bose Eric here) who represents Feurich in the US. I'm sure he has no intention of making a quick dollar selling pianos that break. He wouldn't get involved in the new Feurich if he didn't feel that the pianos were solid.
The main thing of course is what Gregor mentioned. You have to like the piano
, both how it sounds and how it feels. You also have to have some trust in the person who sells it to you. Be sure that you've established all that before you buy anything.