What is Petrof Bora 159?
Petrof Bora 159 is a truly handcrafted Grand Piano. The Bora 159 is a delactable instrument of the highest order. Totally unique and exuding tonal character. Light touch and superbly singing.
Petrof is largest producer of grand and upright pianos in Europe. In 1864, Antonin Petrof bulit his first piano. Petrof are popular among musicians. Over the decades of production has changed, but precise work by hand, careful selection of materials and unchanging romantic sound endure. Countless famous performers and well-known personalities have fallen in love with Petrof instruments, and the representatives of the fifth generation proudly continue in honorable trade and family tradition.
Where can I buy the Petrof Bora 159?
You can find Petrof Grand Piano Bora 159 at our showroom, House of Piano which located at Dharmawangsa Square - The City Walk # 50-51, Ground 1st-3rd, Floor Jl. Darmawangsa VI & IX, Jakarta 12160. Our showroom was established in 2005 with the concept that playing a music instrument brings more happiness than any other activities. It is absolutely essential to choose the right instrument for you and get the best quality possible. Through years, House of Piano has stayed committed to always sincerely giving our customers the best. You will find unmatched wide selections if instruments to choose and we determine to provide a world-class service for our customer satisfaction.
|Sound board material||Resonance spruce wood|
|Active area (m²)||1,019|
|Ribs (number, shape)||10, spherical|
|Soundboard construction||wedgewise tapered 9 - 7 mm|
|Cast iron plate||Wet sand casting|
|Surfacing of iron plate||light gold metallic paint, diamond effect|
|Pin block - material||Multiplex beech plywood, density 800 - 850 kg/m3|
|Inner rim material||9 laminas - beech, birch|
|Inner rim thickness||35 mm|
|Wooden frame posts||3 longitudinal|
|Descant post material||spruce|
|Cut off bar (corner cross rib)||no|
|Outer rim - material||Sandwich, solid alder wood core, plywood coated, inner veneer Ebony Makassar|
|Bridge - treble||solid maple wood|
|Bridge - bass||solid maple wood|
|Bridge pins||steel - ground tips|
|Agraffes material - number||brass, 1-59|
|Duplexes - front||gis2 - c5|
|Duplexes - rear||d2 - c5|
|Strings - material||steel wire Röslau Germany, copper winding Degen Germany|
|Hitching of plain strings||double|
|Dampers - number||1 - 68|
|Action||standard RENNER - PETROF|
|Hammer heads||RENNER original|
|Keyboard||Tangential sawn spruce wood, individually balanced with lead|
|Black keys||Ebony wood|
|Pedals||left - Unacorda (Piano) pedal, middle - Sostenuto (Prolongement) pedal, right - Sustein pedal|
|Legs and castors||standard legs, small unbraked castors|
|PETROF sign on right side wall||no|
|Felts colour||red + black|
|Hydraulic slow close fallboard mech.||yes|