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The Upright Henrry Miller

Discussion in 'The Piano' started by Anonymous, Jul 29, 2006.

  1. Anonymous

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    how you guys think about this brand? I have been using it for 3 years, and it sounds good to me even The quality is not as good as the upright Kawai in my university!
     
  2. arensky

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    How old is it? These pianos are all over the New England area of the USA, I think their factory was around there. I played one of their old grands at a restaurant gig for a year. They were always turning up in churches and people's homes and a singer friend bought a Henry F. Miller 9" concert grand :shock: It took up his whole living room. Wonder if he took it when he moved to South Carolina...

    Anyway they were always good reliable instruments, especially considering their age ( they were all pre 1931, I think) but in the final analysis they were middle level instruments in terms of quality. The tone always seemed muted to me. But I've played many worse brands.
     

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