Are Nordiska pianos good?
Are Nordiska pianos good?
Nordiska pianos are very good, probably the best in their price category. Well made and with good wood. Keep in mind the dealer prep is very important, pianos are not ready to be played right out of a crate!
What is a Nordiska piano?
Nordiska pianos are among the most popular pianos sold at Pickle Piano Company, due in part to their low price to high quality ratio. Soon after, Nordiska pianos were known throughout Europe for their advanced scale design and superior sound.
How much is a Wurlitzer grand piano worth?
What is the average Wurlitzer piano worth? You can expect to pay/sell your piano between $600 at the low end and $1500 at the high end.
Where is the Nordiska piano made?
Nordiska is a Swedish piano, made since 1926, but recently moved to China. These pianos are hand-made. Most of the parts are German, but assembled in China.
How do you read a piano serial number?
The serial number (NOT the model number) of the piano. To locate the serial number on a vertical piano, open the top and look inside. Almost all of them include the serial number on the plate in a small “window” near the tuning pins. The number will usually be a 4 to 7 digit number, but may include a letter or two.
What are old pianos worth?
Like antique books, antique pianos are not worth a lot of money just because they are old. In actuality these old instruments may be worth very little at all. Most antique, upright pianos are worth $500 or less in very good condition.
How much does a Nordiska grand piano cost?
Nordiska prices are generally in the low to middle range, with verticals starting at about $3,000 going up to about $6,400; and grands starting at about $10,000 going up to about $30,000. Nordiska pianos are imported locally by Geneva International of Wheeling, IL.
What kind of hammers do Nordiska pianos use?
The use of German-made Abel hammers throughout the entire Nordiska grand and vertical line (with the exception of the 109 CM) confirms the Nordiska commitment to quality. European Roslau wire is imported to provide the finest strings. Highly skilled craftsmen wind the bass string by hand at Nordiska’s exclusive factory.
Where does the Nordiska pickle piano come from?
Manufactured In: Ykngkew, Liaoning, China (DongBei Piano Group) Nordiska pianos are among the most popular pianos sold at Pickle Piano Company, due in part to their low price to high quality ratio.
When did the Nordiska Piano Company go out of business?
The Nordiska Piano Company was founded over 100 years ago in the Swedish town of Vetlanda. Soon after, Nordiska pianos were known throughout Europe for their advanced scale design and superior sound. In 1988, Europe was in the midst of a deep recession, and the Swedish piano manufacturer ceased operations.