• Essex Upright Piano Model EUP-111  43”
  • Designed by Steinway & Sons
  • Black gloss polish
  • Beautiful rich tone
  • Made in 2015
  • 10 years warranty. 2 free tunings
  • Price:$3650
  •  Matching bench

http://www.steinway.com/pianos/essex

ESSEX UPRIGHTS

The entry into the STEINWAY family of uprights — designed by STEINWAY & SONS in collaboration with renowned furniture designer William Faber — the Essex upright has been created in the spirit of the STEINWAY heritage as a tribute to the idea that beautiful piano styles and finishes can and should be possible in every price range. With elegant traditional styling and museum-quality finishes, Essex will be a stunning addition to your home.

 

 

Essex Upright Piano EUP-111

 

DIMENSIONS

Height: 111 cm (43¾”)
Width: 148 cm (58″)
Depth: 58 cm (22¾”)
Net Weight: 220 kg (484 lb)

 

ENCASEMENT

Furniture
Classic Studio Case Designed by Steinway & Sons.

Finish
High Polish: Ebony

Hardware
Brass

 

technical SPECIFICATIONS

Backframe/Posts
Staggered spruce backposts (5). Total CSA: 223 cm2 (34.5 in2). Thickness of post: 4.5 cm. Width of post: 10 cm.

Pinblock
Laminated bi-directional Maple. Thickness: 30 mm.

Soundboard
Solid Spruce. Linear taper. Vibrating area: 1.16 m2 (1,794 in2)

Ribs
Ribs notched into inner rim (no floating ribs). Ribs made of spruce and staggered/graduated. Number of ribs: 10

Bridges
Vertically laminated maple base with solid maple cap.

Scale
Designed by Steinway. 17,505 kg (38,512 lb) tension.

Plate
Cast iron, painted with Steinway Gold.

Tuning Pins
Carbon steel, nickel coating.

Strings
Roslau wire. Number of sizes of treble strings: 12. Lowest tenor note: 32. Number 1 speaking length: 112.0 cm (44.1″)

Hammers
Specified by Steinway. Weight of topfelt: 6 kg (13 lb).

Action
All wood (no plastic) for all moving parts. Aluminum action rails.

Keys
Steinway design. Spruce.

Keybed
Spruce

Pedals
Brass. Middle pedal is for muffler.

Features
All wood Back construction (no MDF except in cabinet parts). Solid filler blocks in backframe (near top). Backposts are large and staggered.