Manila Pianos Inc. Newsletter March 2017

Posted on March 15th, 2017

Manila Pianos Inc. Newsletter March 2017

Manila Pianos Inc. Newsletter March 2017, Welcome to our March/April 2017 e-newsletter full of great news!

Our website is www.pianos.ph and we are Philippine’s Piano and Organ Superstore located in Ronac Lifestyle Center Paseo de Magallanes in Makati. Landline 02.801.3431 Local 401, Globe 0917.895.0011

We especially welcome over 700 churches that are now part of our newsletter. We will dedicate this newsletter to your needs!

We sell CONTENT pipe organs and digital organs (see picture) they are very reasonable in price, last a long time because all their components are gold and sealed so no rust or climate can enter, have an automatic pedal, so every pianist can play it and are very reasonable in price! You can see them in our showroom.

And… if your church purchases a CONTENT organ, we will personally give you FREE organ lessons for 1 year so the organist can get familiar with pedal playing and organ stops, even the books are free, and I guarantee good results for any reasonable piano player.

 

Korg/Pearl River digital church pianos…

We are hearing it all the time; we would like an organ and/or good sounding (digital) piano our church, but they are so expensive, they don’t last long, or, we have no organist to play it! We solve these problems for you, look at the Korg here: 

This Korg PRK 80 is the latest technology, this development sound absolutely out of this world and is really really inexpensive at PHP 79,900.00 only and available in black or white and will last long because of its super modern design, no weather can get into it.

Fully equipped with midi in-out-thru, head phone jack, line out etc.

Come and see these beautiful pianos and organs for yourself in our show room. I will gladly demo them for you. For more info or personal appointment call or text to 0917.895.0011 or email us.

 

Get a piano for you or your church, we make it easy!

Manila Piano’s finest at PHP 159,000.00. Where can you find a brand new 115 cm high upright piano that sells at this price? Chosen as best piano in the world 2015.  A cheap Yamaha 108 cm made in Indonesia cost PHP 100,000 more for much less piano!

Young Chang u 131

We are seeing a lot of people make the mistake to go to the internet and just look for a Yamaha. They will find something in the range of PHP 100,000 or more, to find out later that the piano is 60-70 years old and just made to look good and the serial number was changed to pretend it to be a newer model.

We can assure you, a 45 inch Studio Upright piano of the quality of Pearl River is by far the best quality for money in the whole wide world, and you should come and try them out for yourself. A new piano for a used piano’s price. Our prices here in Manila, taxes incl. are less than in the USA! Here’s the USA site. And here’s the USA prices.

 

Want a different grand piano? Look at this.

You really want to have a “different” grand piano? A grand piano that nobody in Asia has? Come to our store now to play this magnificently restored Bechstein 6’4″ that was originally made in 1899, the wood is cured so this piano will not give any trouble. See more here.

We have worked on this magnificent piano for more than a year to restore it to its former glory. We have preserved the original sound board, put in a new open faced pin block and hammers from Steinway/Renner and mad it polished black with slight classy silver accents.

Is your church looking for a grand piano? We have lots of selection and if we don’t have what you want, we can bring it in within reasonable time.

This Bechstein is available for only 1.9M, which is a bargain, a new one, not quite as good, would sell for around 5M.

 

From our rebuilding shop, Steinway & Sons are here!

Special opportunity: Rare STEINWAY & SONS upright piano Model K (52″ see pic). This one sounds and looks better than a new one, with real ivory keys, cost PHP 3.5M when bought new in a cheap cabinet that these days is not even wood any more. This solid wood superb piano is available for PHP 1,695.000.00. Not one like this in the Philippines. More here.

Now is your time to buy a Steinway & Sons. Prices will increase again soon by some 10-15% like every year. We have an awesome selection of slightly used and rebuilt Steinways with all genuine Steinway parts at 50% off, models S, M, O, B and C.

We now also have THE LARGEST GRAND PIANO IN THE WORLD a brand new Mason & Hamlin 9’4″ model CC in our store. If you want to play it you can email or call us for an appointment. 1/2 the price of a Steinway D and twice the sound.

Fact: Rebuilt Steinways are much better than new ones because of the high quality woods used in the earlier days. The price is much better, for instance, a new Model S is 5.5M. A rebuilt one with genuine Steinway parts and cured wood looking like new sells for only 2.5M. Call us now for an appointment at 02.801.3431 x 401or 0917.895.0011 or just drop in and try them in our show room! Click our Steinway inventory for more details.

Note: These fine instruments we have are one of a kind only. They will never be available any more when sold unless we rebuild another one. The choice is clear, visit us or call us now.

 


Yamaha Piano Manila Philippines

Posted on March 11th, 2017

Yamaha Piano Manila Philippines

Yamaha C and Yamaha G Grand Pianos: The difference. By Manila Pianos, 02.801.3431.

Yamaha C and Yamaha G Grand Pianos; We at Manila Pianos Inc. import used pianos from Japan. Many people over the years have asked me what the differences are between a C and a G series Grand Piano,  and I am really at a loss. All I can say is that overall I find the sound of G series more pleasing to my ear because they are somewhat more ” merlot” sound than the “cabernet” C series.

Although some more opinionated pianists may disagree, regardless of it being a “G” or a “C” model, Yamaha Grand Pianos are still a higher end Asian piano (as opposed to a Samick, or Young Chang, both owned by Korean companies)

We have  worked on many “G” series

ManilaPianos Inc.

Yamaha C series.

as well as several “C” series, although I not 100 percent sure what the technical difference is if any, (I was once told “C” stood for “Conservatory” series, but Yamaha makes a newer “C” series that isn’t necessarily a conservatory line), but G’s are plenty nice. seriously.

Check it out in our store and let your fingers and ears be the judge. we have them side by side, no matter what your teacher or technician tells you, give both of them a look-over before buying.

Anyone out there that can fill me in ab out the difference? You are welcome to email me? I’ve been in the business for 25 years and I still don’t know the big difference. I hereby invite and will post  your comments for sure.