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Eduard Seiler Grand ED-208

Eduard Seiler Grand ED-208

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Seiler's ED 208 Grand Piano is a German engineered concert level grand piano that uses selected German and international suppliers of the best piano manufacturing material available. The end result is a concert-level quality grand with authentic Seiler German scales

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Weight: 816lbs, Width: 61″, Pinblock: 20 Ply beech, Tuning Pins: Nickel Plated Cut threads, German Rod Steel, Hammers: Finest Quality German Felt, Abel, “T” Wired, Action: Wood Rail, Soundboard: German winter cut spruce, asymmetrically tapered Membrator System, Soundboard Area: 2231 sq. in., Ribs: White spruce, Pre-curved, notched to the inner rim, and No.# 1 Bass String: 59″

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  • History

    Eduard Seiler established Seiler Pianos in 1849. By 1923, Anton Seiler-Dütz expands the company to be the largest piano manufacturer in East Germany. After WWII, the company was eventually moved to Kitzingen, Germany where it resides today. In 2008, it was purchased by Samick.

  • Today, Samick continues manufacturing of Seiler in Germany(SE models) but also builds more cost effective clones from Indonesia marked ED in limited models. Introduced in 2013 is the Johannes Seiler series (GS models) with new design and scale meant as entry level Seiler pianos manufactured in Indonesia.

The Founding Father:

In 1849, Eduard Seiler founds the “Pianoforte-Fabrik” at Liegnitz (Legnica). His vision: he wants to provide pianos and grands as well for professional use as for middle classes to allow them to explore the world of music. The first Seiler piano is already characterized by the unique, transparent Seiler sound. A lot of work is put in the construction and assembly of the first instruments, handmade from best materials in small workshops. The aim is clear: to reach perfection.