Seiler has a long history of innovation that’s what has kept them relevant for 170 years. Established in 1849, Seiler was born as the “accessible” German piano of its day. Descended from a family of musical instrument makers, founder Eduard Seiler developed a piano line to meet high standards for professional performance while being priced within reach of the cultured German middle class. From its earliest models, the line was known for a distinctive sound described as “transparent”—a crystal clear take on the delicate tonal warmth of the European tradition.
The Johannes Seiler GS-175 combines a scale specially developed by Seiler with a design that features exceptional string length and soundboard area for the size of the piano. The result is a slightly smaller grand that sounds larger than it is, requiring no compromise in performance or artistry. 10 year manufacturers warranty.
Weight: 794 lbs
Depth: 5′ 9″
Width: 60 1/5″
Height: 40 1/2″
Pinblock: 10 Ply
Pinblock Material: Cross-laminated, American hard maple
Tuning Pins: Nickel plated, Cut thread
Hammer felt: Premium grade, German felt, “T” Wired
Action Wood: Winter cut maple
Action: Premium, Aluminum
Soundboard Material: AA Solid Spruce
Soundboard Area: 2056 sq. in.
Ribs: White Spruce, Pre-curved, Notched to inner rim
Bridge material: Vertically Laminated, Beech, Beech/Maple Cap
Music Wire: Roslau-Germany
No.# 1 Bass String: 50 4/5″