Essex EGB-173 Description
Designed by Steinway, this grand piano is a wonderful edition to the Steinway family which offers the consumer a high performance piano at an affordable price.
The responsive all-wood action is the result of the incorporation of its Steinway-designed geometry, and the completely secure foundation upon which it is regulated. Essex grand pianos are simply a joy to play.
Essex grand pianos feature a low-tension scale which ensures a longer life and more stable soundboard.
Essex is able to deliver a high level of musical experience unfound in instruments in its price range.
With Essex piano you enjoy unique assurance backed by the Steinway promise: If you decide to trade-in your Essex piano for a new Steinway grand piano at any time within ten years, you will receive a trade-in credit equal to your original purchase price.
Essex grand pianos are wider at the tale shape than most other pianos in the same length as a result of the Steinway – designed rim shape. The soundboard as a result is wider which helps provide richer resonnace and more efficient amplification of the sound. The sundboard is tapered to vibrate more freely and have more volume. All Essex pianos feature Steinway-designed pinblock, strings, plate, backposts/braces, and bridges, as well as many Steinway-specified parts and manufacture procedures. As a result, the Essex is, quite simply, the best piano available in its price range today.
Also available in french provincial styling created by renown furniture designer William Faber. This is a handcrafted precision cabinet that is not found in pianos at this price level. Available in Satin luster: Brown Cherry finish.
|Height:||100 cm (39 ¼”)|
|Length:||173 cm (5’ 8”)|
|Width:||151 cm (59 ¼”)|
|Net Weight:||309 kg (680 lb)|
This Essex grand piano is available in the following finishes:
High Polish – Polyester: Ebony, Sapele Mahogany
Steinway Trade-up promise
Should you chose to trade up your Essex piano to a new Steinway grand you will be given full purchase price value toward the new Steinway within ten years.