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Buy a bechstein piano or grand piano at pianometropool
C.Bechstein is together with Blüthner, Steinway & Sons, Bösendorfer and Fazioli one of the best piano and grand piano brands on the market.
Pianometropool only supplies the best original C.Bechstein pianos and grand pianos with the guarantee and service that you can expect from a top brand.
Also view our unique collection of classic Bechstein pianos and grand pianos, which may or may not have been completely overhauled and thus returned to their original state.
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Your piano will be professionally delivered by our own delivery service.
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Bechstein occasions at competitive prices
We offer an exclusive collection of Bechstein occasion pianos and grand pianos at competitive prices. The grand pianos are in absolutely new condition and we supply them with a 5 or 10 year warranty. The current range can be found on this page and is ready to play in our showroom in Rijswijk.
So visit our showroom, because this is a one-time opportunity to own one of these beautiful pianos or grand pianos.
Bechstein means quality
As a German brand, Bechstein is known for solidity, quality and good performance.
When manufacturing a premium instrument, every step is carefully tested. This results in a piano or grand piano where all individual components are tuned to each other like a closed circle. This creates a characteristic round and rich timbre.
From material selection, material maintenance and preparation to the refined, complex production of the metal and wood parts, everything is “at its best”. When it comes to fine-tuning in the field of tonal and playing technical aspects, it comes down to labour-intensive efforts.
German premium class
Bechstein is a leading German piano and grand piano manufacturer. The company is based in Berlin. The Bechstein pianoforte factory was founded in 1854. In 1974, Bechstein was acquired by the American piano manufacturer Baldwin. However, production continued under its own name in Germany. A number of takeovers took place, including the manufacturer Hoffmann in 1991 and the manufacturer Zimmermann in 1992. In 2006 the production takes place in the former Zimmermann factory in Germany.
Carl Bechstein started the pianoforte factory as a one-man business. Until 1859 he delivered 176 instruments. He built his first concert grand piano in 1856 for the pianist Hans Guido von Bülow. Bechstein quickly became known and expanded the company. At the end of the 60s of the 19th century, he started exporting to England and Russia, among others. From 1870 the annual production amounted to 500 pieces. In 1882 a second factory was opened in Berlin, in 1885 a branch in London and finally a third factory in Berlin.
A private concert hall, the Bechstein hall, was built in London and completed in 1901. After the outbreak of the First World War and its subsequent expropriation and closure, this hall was renamed Wigmore Hall in 1917 and reopened for concerts.
Bechstein also built concert halls in Paris and Saint Petersburg.
In 1986 the German entrepreneur and piano builder Karl Schulze bought the tradition brand from the then American owners and concentrated production in Berlin–Kreuzberg. Production in Karlsruhe and Eschelbronn was terminated. In 1990, the brands Euterpe and W. Hoffmann, which belonged to the Feurich company, were integrated into the Bechstein group, and in 1992 the VEB Sächsische Pianofortefabrik in Seifhennersdorf in Saxony was taken over, as well as the Zimmermann brand produced there. After the Berlin Senate took back the production buildings, production was moved to Seifhennersdorf near the Czech border.
In 1996 the company was converted back into a public limited company and in 1997 it was listed on the stock exchange. The strong international orientation and the aim to open up the Asian and American markets led to a strategic partnership with the Korean instrument maker Samick.