New Estey Pianos—What Piano Technicians Have to Say

In April of 2009, we decided to give the new Estey Pianos the acid test—display them to the most critical, discriminating and knowledgeable people in all of the piano industry, namely Piano Technicians. The new Estey Piano debuted at the Piano Technicians Guild Mid-Atlantic Regional Convention. Here are the responses from a cross section of the best and brightest professionals in the industry. (RPT is a Registered Piano Technician with the Piano Technicians Guild).

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“Velvety and smooth like chocolate cake” Amy Marshall, RPT“
“Very impressed. The nicest sounding piano out of China” Dean Garten, RPT
“Amazing piano for the price. Every pennies worth” Andras Gipp
“Great – Different- Tone reminds me of an older upright” Jason Leininger
“Complete treble tones for a piano in its class – bright yet full” Richard Ziss
“A lot to like about it. Nice touch, warm sound,” Loren A. Korevec
“Beautiful. These should sell for much more money” Bob Salvato
“Champagne taste – beer budget. Crisp, clear and smooth- at a great price. ” Jim Gullino, RPT
“Mellow like a Baldwin sound” James E. Todhunter Jr
“A lot of good stuff going on” Thomas V. Johnson, RPT
“Favorably impressed” John Trefz
“Cool. Done very nice. Wow!” Barri Hartman, RPT
“Good bass for the size” David Hughes, RPT
“Very Nice” Keith Gardner
“A viable piano – Even tone across the break” Fred Fornwalt, RPT
“Can’t find anything wrong with it” (believe me, he looked) Jon Langham, RPT
“Nice Sound – Very pretty case” Peter Poole, RPT
“Very nice” Robert M. Vasile
“Sounds good and good looking” Jim Geiger, RPT
“I like em” Matthew Pearce
“Nice. I like the response” Dan Cammarata
“Firm Touch” Jim Coleman, RPT
“Not a bad piano for the money” Rick Wheeler, RPT
“I like this” Nathan Baldwin
“Nice sound” John Williams, RPT
"Nice piano for the money" Todd and Sharon Lyndalll