Alex Steinbach Pianos
Review: By William Dang, piano teacher
Alex Steinbach pianos are Korean made pianos that are quality
pianos made for the middle end of the market with full up right pianos slightly
cheaper than the premium branded pianos but with good tone and action.
When buying an Alex Steinbach piano
always test the tone and action out to make sure it is to your liking and that
it is solid enough.
I personally developed practiced on an Alex Steinbach piano
from the age of 16 up to my performance diplomas so it does provide a solid
piano for the beginner to advanced piano player.
The tone and action is much more responsive when compared to other brands
of pianos of the same price range.
Alex Steinbach itself has grown as a brand and is now a very recognisable brand
name in Australia.
Lately, Alex Steinbach now have made sure it’s pianos do
feature longer strings so there is a much richer tone evident and gives an
advanced piano player more range to play with.
The outer cabinet of the Alex Steinbach comes in a selection of colours
with it’s mahogany red looking absolutely beautiful. The Alex Steinbach piano is
great for every student’s first piano when they are taking AMEB exams for the
first time or at the lower side of the exams.
Alex Steinbach’s major importer Studio
19 also regularly has a good promotion of when you buy an Alex Steinbach piano
it will subsidies a student’s piano teaching fees. There are also good lines of credit
available for all purchasers of Alex Steinbach pianos so if you don’t have the
upfront payment available it means you will have options to pay it off over a
long period of time, whilst practicing on a brand new piano.