Sauter Omega 220

MSRP: $135,000.00

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Type : Semi Concert Grand

Condition : New

Finish : Ebony Polish

Length : 7 Feet 3 Inches


Sauter Omega 220 Description

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Sauter Omega 220

The Sauter Omega 220 represents¬† concert grand features in a 7’3″ case. It is dynamic and powerful with amazing touch control and sensitive action. The soundboard is made of the finest Bavarian spruce and offer great sound projection and power. The pinblock is made of beech and have been tempered for all climates. The Omega delivers sensitive expression and wide dynamic range with great touch control and minimum physical effort.

Delivering outstanding quality and improved piano models, the pleasing tone of the Sauter name became known throughout Germany. Hans Sauter, Carl Sauter’s son, who took over company operations in 1948, applied new scientific discoveries, new technology and new materials to contemporary piano manufacturing. Soon the exquisite sound and design of SAUTER pianos were being exported throughout the world.

Omega Plus features:

  • Duplex bridges, specially coated
  • Titanium plate and bridge pins
  • Ebony second bridge
  • Chrome-plated agraffes
  • Chrome-plated fittings
  • Chrome-plated casters with polyamide coating
  • Silver cast plate
  • Bone-covered naturals and ebony sharps

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We are involved in all aspects of the piano business and our service in the piano world extends beyond Portland, Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
We are the official piano dealership of Mason and Hamlin, Sauter, Roland and Piano Disc Pianos in Portland, OR.
Come see our large inventory of new and pre-owned pianos at our beautiful showroom at 600 SE Stark St. in Portland, OR!



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