Suzuki pianos are famous not only in Japan, but all over the world.
For the racing enthusiasts, there is the Suzuki Motors. For the beginning students in learning how to play an instrument, there is the Suzuki Method.
For pianists and piano music enthusiasts there is Suzuki Corporation, one of the world's largest supplier of musical instruments for educational purposes.
The Suzuki music company has been producing quality woodwind, brass, string, harmonicas since 1953 and much later, cutting-edge acoustical and digital series ranging from Suzuki mini grand piano to Suzuki upright pianos.
Suzuki Music Corporation was founded in Hamamatsu, Japan with the goal of producing quality yet affordable instruments. It is the company's belief that music cultivates positive traits such as creativity, respect, and cooperation, understanding and personal expression.
Action and Hammers Suzuki pianos use seasoned hardwood and carbon composites for their action. Bushings and dampers are made of high quality Japanese felt. The seasoned hardwood hammers are crafted with precision with the shanks and hammer heads covered with 100% Japanese wood felt.
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A traditional Suzuki has more than 200 strings that have to flawlessly perform each time. The brand uses highly polished German steel hand wound with solid copper windings. Roslau strings on solid sand cast iron plate produce superb sound that has a timbre and tone that is equal if not more than other piano brands in the same category.
Where most piano brands use 16-ply pinblocks, Suzuki pianos are fitted with 17-ply rock hard maple pinblocks which make the piano in tune for a longer time.
The soundboard is the “heart” of a Suzuki grand piano and Suzuki baby grand piano. Only carefully chosen Spruce with at least 10 growth rings per square inch are used. Bridges are made of kiln-dried hardwood for humidity control. The ribs are carefully marked into the piano's rim liner so that the crown of the soundboard lasts long.
All Suzuki piano cabinetry has understated character and elegance. Each curve is hand-bent and its finishing hand-rubbed.
All these special procedure components ensures an acoustic piano from Suzuki that reverberate with a full-toned and rich bass register, a warm albeit brilliant middle keyboard register and crisp, clear treble.
Suzuki is known for its exact specifications, meticulous finishing, superb craftsmanship and rich tones and timbre.
This line comprise of: Suzuki M-840 BL 7'0", Suzuki M-680 BL 5'8", Suzuki M-620 BL 5'2" and Suzuki M-580 BL 4'10" Acoustic Grand Piano.
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