Hardman Peck was the official piano of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt White House and also served as the official piano of the Metropolitan Opera in New York City in the early part of the 20th century. Today, Hardman offers almost the same feature set as on grand pianos selling for 200% to 300% more.
- The Hardman Peck grand has a European look with Steinway-style spade legs but with large 2 ¼” wide casters
- The Hardman Peck grand has a wonderfully light, fast action
- Uses German felts for the hammers – for a rich, mellow European tone – not a bright tone like Yamaha and other Asian pianos
- Features two lid props – other entry level grands have only 1 lid prop
- Nice beveled edge on the lid
- All Hardman Peck grands feature a sostenuto pedal – a design feature not found on entry level grand pianos
- Hardman Peck pianos are priced to provide customers with the most piano value for the money