1896 Bechstein grand piano re-built in 2011
Having re-bushed the keys, here I’m “easing” the bushes to ensure the keys move correctly, and without resistance.
One of many tools used in regulating the action.
Top edge of a Blüthner “Style-V” grand.
Part of the Blüthner “Patent” action – known as an “Abstract”. Seen here having new cushions fitted.
Key leads – used to change the touch weight of the action.
Bechstein Grand, No.43292 c.1896 Re-built as new. Rosewood, 6’7″ (197cm) Work included – new soundboard, wrest plank, hammers. Full action re-build. Bare wood polish (open grain, satin …
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