Most grand pianos available today look very similar – with shiny black finishes, a gold harp and matching brass hardware. Of course Hallet, Davis pianos come in these traditional designs, but with Hallet, Davis you are offered a variety in hardware and finishes. Beyond their beauty, there are three qualities that are paramount to the instruments: Performance, Beauty, and Value.
Hallet, Davis pianos are top tier pianos in all ways – from the German engineering designs and highest quality hammers – to the precise, consistent touch of the finely tuned action. The soundboard, the piano’s “speaker”, is made of costly solid spruce – the same material used in the finest acoustic instruments in the world – from concert grand pianos to fine violins and classical guitars. Beautiful and satisfying tone, proper touch and response, and reliable and consistent performance are the qualities demanded by professional musicians. These same qualities are yours with a Hallet, Davis piano.
Hallet, Davis pianos feature the classic curves you would expect on a fine grand piano with spade legs, adjustable music desk, brass hardware, and an included matching adjustable bench.
As well as traditional polished and satin ebony finishes, beautiful walnut and mahogany veneers are available on most models.
Buying a grand piano is usually a once-in-a-lifetime investment, so buying a good one today will pay off in years to come. Thanks to efficiencies in both labor and production processes, you can purchase a Hallet, Davis piano today for the same or less than you could have purchased a similar piano ten to twenty years ago. In addition to the performance and beauty of these exquisite pianos, the unparalleled value of the Hallet, Davis piano is really what sets these pianos apart from all other pianos on the market today.