There is only one way to experience for yourself how a George Steck piano sounds and plays. Visit our showroom in Rijswijk and experience what it feels like to play a high-quality piano that also has an affordable price tag.

George Steck upright pianos and grand pianos

George Steck pianos and grand pianos are known for their excellent value for money.

Very nice use of materials including soundboard wood from the Ciresa region (Italy)

and great light mechanics. Awarded several ‘best buy’ reviews in professional journals such as Pianowereld Magazine.

Built in the Sejung factories (Korea) where, for example, Gibson and Petrof pianos are also produced.

Pianometropool has a unique range of (used) George Steck pianos and grand pianos in the showroom. Prices start at around 2000 euros. Our product specialists are ready to give you good advice. All our George Steck pianos and grand pianos come with a full warranty.

George Steck pianos with the best price guarantee

Delivery of upright pianos and grand pianos

Your piano will be professionally delivered by our own delivery service.

Upright pianos and grand pianos with best price guarantee

Upright pianos and grand pianos with the best price guarantee. Always expert advice when purchasing a piano.

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More information about George Steck pianos

George Steck pianos are known worldwide as high-quality instruments. George Steck, a master and scientific acoustician, began his piano production in 1857. In the long run, he won many awards that distinguish him as one of the most respected piano makers of his time. The most notable of these awards was the first prize at the Vienna Exposition in 1873, for Steck’s sound, design and careful detail of piano construction.

Piano with high quality and affordable price

George Steck may be long dead, but his business continued through the 20th century. In 2001, ASC, a division of the Korean conglomerate Sejung, bought the company. It was time for George Steck to go global producing pianos with greater depth, character and quality comparable to brands like Yamaha and Kawai, albeit at a much lower cost.

New generation George Steck pianos are known for their special tapered soundboard with a clear tone. The pianos are a collection of the best that Asia and Europe have to offer. The hammers are produced in Japan, while the strings are made in Germany. Each piano is made with a “Vacuum Cast plate” like Yamaha and Kawai.

George Steck pianos have a specific design

George Steck grand pianos are distinguished by their specific design, which allows the bridges to be placed closer to the soundboard, providing a smoother transition in the pause area from bass to treble. Compared to other pianos, the sound of a George Steck grand piano is “smoother”: the soundboard area greatly influences and improves the clarity and quality of the bass.

There is only one way to experience for yourself how a George Steck piano sounds and plays. Visit our showroom in Rijswijk and experience what it feels like to play a high-quality piano that also has an affordable price tag.

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