This brand originally originated from Berlin in 1908. After a brief acquisition period by the English Bentley Piano Company from 1984 to 1992, the brand was re-acquired by Whelpdale , Maxwell&Codd Ltd. from 1993 to 1998 and finally discontinued in 2003. Since that time, G. Steinberg has been built as a separate line in the Perzina factory in Yantai, China.
The parts used, as with Perzina, come from Europe, making the brand feel respectable at the top of the beginner class. 5 types (heights) pianos are built and 4 types (lengths) wings.
G. Steinberg instruments are characterized by their excellent value for money and beautiful designs. The fine touch and the beautiful warm sounds provide a very enjoyable playing experience, allowing you to discover the secrets of the rich piano literature in your own way.
Solid chrome hinges
Swiss top quality lacquers
Massive Maple Rast
Other versions: White, nuts and mahogany high gloss - Cherries, beeches, maple and other types of wood mat available at an additional cost.