Perzina grand pianos are German designed and engineered, and it shows in its performance and sound.
Perzina Grands feature the following:
A wide tail to allow for longer bass strings and more square inches of soundboard.
German made hammers.
German RÖSLAU strings.
Austrian white spruce soundboard that is layered to prevent cracking.
German Delignit pinblock.
Laminated keys (to prevent warping).
Slow-fall fallboard mechanism.
Adjustable artist bench (with storage).
The GBT152 is one of the most surprising “baby” grand pianos that exists on the market today. It has a distinctly deep and strong bass, and beautiful sustaining middle and treble section – far more than can normally be expected from a piano of this size (5’1”).
Sitting right on the border of a “baby” grand and “parlor” grand labels, the GBT160 deftly does both: fits a smaller room without overpowering the space, but also provides a full sound easily mistaken for a much larger grand. Taking advantage of Perzina’s signature tail design, the piano has dramatically longer strings and larger soundboard area than other pianos in its price range and size (5’4”). It delivers a sound that is clear, complex, and very responsive.
The GBT175 is a masterful instrument that will satisfy the vast majority of discerning artists for most applications, making it the most economical full-diversity piano in the Perzina lineup. Whether it’s a recording session, a recital or just a casual melody after work the GBT175 is as solid an instrument as can be found in its price category. A silky response from its action, a strong clear treble tone, and a long-sustaining bass and middle section characterize this magnificent 5’10” grand piano.
The GBT187 is the ultimate addition to your home, studio or institution. It’s an exquisite performer, bringing an American-style bass response and distinctly Western-European laity to bear. An exacting level of finish, both in aesthetics and musical quality, makes this 6’2” instrument a dominant and substantial contender in the 21st century piano world. It simply must be a consideration for any piano purchase in this category.