Henry Miller Chinese grand review
Henry Miller Chinese grand review

Henry Miller Chinese grand review

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Intro

Henry Miller pianos were originally produced in the US. And a well restored one can be a valuable piano. The Chinese ones are sold for less than a old restored one. And the reason is that the mass production is of a sub par standard to the old more handcrafted, thouroughly designed older pianos.

This piano is no exception, where the action is highly responsive, it had teething issues with clicking noise, and action screw hole alignment, which is unexpected for a new piano.

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Sound

The sound of the piano is neither dry nor rich. It is somewhere in the middle.

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Design

The piano is in the standard black polyester, with a orange color frame.

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Conclusions

I would recommend looking at a Japanese piano or high quality American upright instead. If in Europe a high quality European upright Bechstein, Feurich, etc

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These are my views are no substitute for a condition, and tone report from a well versed local piano tuner.

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