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PETROF Storm 194

$124,190 $87,500

PETROF Pasat

6’10”

PETROF Storm 194

6’3″

$86,903 $61,336

$72,882 $49,588

HAILUN 218

7’2″

PETROF Storm 194

Arouses a storm of emotions

The Storm is true to its name, being the piano with the greatest sound potential of the whole Standard Series. It imprints a deep emotional experience within the pianist, and in the hearts of the listeners, that often cannot be put into words. The uniqueness of the moment will strike you as soon as you hear the first sounds coming from this the largest piano in the Standard Series. Its versatility builds bridges across musical genres. It is popular with a demanding clientele and colleges of music, as well as for musical performances at smaller halls and functions.

Technical Specifications

Length (mm)   1940
Width (mm)1525 
Height (mm)1025 
Weight (kg)365
Sound board materialResonance spruce wood
Active area (m²)1,311
Ribs (number, shape)12, spherical
Soundboard constructionwedgewise tapered   9 – 7 mm
Cast iron plateWet sand casting
Surfacing of iron platelight gold metallic paint, diamond effect
Pin block – materialMultiplex beech plywood, density 800 – 850 kg/m3
Inner rim material12 laminas – beech, birch 
Inner rim thickness45 mm
Wooden frame posts4 longitudinal
Descant post materialspruce
Cut off bar (corner cross rib)straight, beech
Outer rim – materialSandwich, solid alder wood core, plywood coated, inner veneer Ebony Makassar
Bridge – treblesolid maple wood
Bridge – basssolid maple wood
Bridge pinssteel – ground tips
Agraffes material – numberbrass, 1-50
Duplexes – fronth1 – c5
Duplexes – rearfis1 – c5
Strings – materialsteel wire Röslau Germany, copper winding Degen Germany
Hitching of plain stringssingle
Dampers – number1 – 69
Actionstandard RENNER – PETROF
Hammer headsRENNER original
KeyboardTangential sawn spruce wood, individually balanced with lead
Black keysEbony wood
Pedalsleft – Unacorda (Piano) pedal, middle –  Sostenuto (Prolongement) pedal, right – Sustein pedal
Legs and castorsstandard legs, small unbraked castors
PETROF sign on right side wallPETROF
Felts colourred + black
Hydraulic slow close fallboard mech.yes

PETROF PASAT 210

$162,899 $120,740

PETROF Monsoon 237

7’9″

PETROF Pasat 210

6’10”

$124,190 $87,500

$72,882 $49,588

Hailun HG 218

7’2″

PETROF Pasat 210

Pride in every tone

PETROF’s best-selling grand piano and the darling of musical exhibitions – this is the masterly P210 Pasat grand. Its dimensions allow its sound to stand out even in the smallest spaces: chamber music salons, studios and in the home. Anywhere you choose it will conjure up the atmosphere of the most famous concert halls. The list of its successes fills us with parental pride. We shall feel honoured if you too fall in love with its romantic, clear and singing tone.

Technical Specifications

Length (mm)   2100 
Width (mm)1550 
Height (mm)1025 
Weight (kg)433
Sound board materialResonance spruce wood
Active area (m²)1,401
Ribs (number, shape)13, asymetric
Soundboard constructiondiaphragmatic tapered by CNC shaper   9,5 – 7,5mm
Cast iron plateWet sand casting
Surfacing of iron platelight gold metallic paint, diamond effect
Pin block – materialMultiplex beech plywood, density 800 – 850 kg/m3
Inner rim material12 laminas – beech, birch 
Inner rim thickness55 mm
Wooden frame posts5 longitudinal
Descant post materialspruce
Cut off bar (corner cross rib)round shaped, multiple birch or beech
Outer rim – materialbirch plywood sandwich, inner veneer  Ebony Makassar
Bridge – treblesolid maple wood
Bridge – basssolid maple wood
Bridge pinssteel – ground tips
Agraffes material – numberbrass, 1-50
Duplexes – fronth1 – c5
Duplexes – rearfis1 – c5
Strings – materialsteel wire Röslau Germany, copper winding Degen Germany
Hitching of plain stringssingle
Dampers – number1 – 69
Actionstandard –  RENNER – PETROF
Hammer headsRENNER original
KeyboardTangential sawn spruce wood, individually balanced with lead
Black keysEbony wood
Pedalsleft – Unacorda (Piano) pedal, middle –  Sostenuto (Prolongement) pedal, right – Sustein pedal
Legs and castorsthick legs, big braked castors 
PETROF sign on right side wallPETROF
Felts colourred + black
Hydraulic slow close fallboard mech.yes

PETROF Monsoon 237

$224,682 $158,152

PETROF Mistral 284

9’2″

PETROF Monsoon 237

7’9″

$162,899 $120,740

$124,190 $87,500

PETROF Pasat 210

6’10”

PETROF Monsoon 237

The professional’s dream come true

The Monsoon grand boasts a refined, balanced sound, which is best suited to large music halls and recording studios. It has a characteristic romantic tone, and allows musicians complete scope for the expression of their feelings with its faultless action and speed of response. This is an instrument built by the best and most experienced masters of their craft. It represents the optimal balance between size and performance and makes for an impressive addition to a prestigious hotel or any other formal space.

Technical Specifications

Length (mm)   2370
Width (mm)1565
Height (mm)1025 
Weight (kg)521
Sound board materialResonance spruce wood
Active area (m²)1,616
Ribs (number, shape)14, asymetric
Soundboard constructiondiaphragmatic tapered by CNC shaper   9,5 – 7,5mm
Cast iron plateWet sand casting
Surfacing of iron platelight gold metallic paint, diamond effect
Pin block – materialMultiplex beech plywood, density 800 – 850 kg/m3
Inner rim material12 laminas – beech, birch 
Inner rim thickness50 mm
Wooden frame posts5 longitudinal + 1 cross
Descant post materialspruce
Cut off bar (corner cross rib)round shaped, multiple birch or beech
Outer rim – materialbirch plywood sandwich, inner veneer  Ebony Makassar
Bridge – treblesolid maple wood
Bridge – basssolid maple wood
Bridge pinssteel – ground tips
Agraffes material – numberbrass, 1-53
Duplexes – frontd2 – c5
Duplexes – rearg1 – c5
Strings – materialsteel wire Röslau Germany, copper winding Degen Germany
Hitching of plain stringssingle
Dampers – number1 – 69
Actionstandard – RENNER ORIGINAL
Hammer headsRENNER original
KeyboardTangential sawn spruce wood, individually balanced with lead
Black keysEbony wood
Pedalsleft – Unacorda (Piano) pedal, middle –  Sostenuto (Prolongement) pedal, right – Sustein pedal
Legs and castorsthick legs, big braked castors 
PETROF sign on right side wallPETROF
Felts colourred + black
Hydraulic slow close fallboard mech.yes

PETROF Mistral 284

$162,899 $120,740

PETROF Monsoon
237

7’9″

PETROF Mistral 284

9’2″

$224,682 $158,152

$124,190 $87,500

PETROF Pasat 210

6’10”

PERFECTION WITHOUT COMPROMISE

We present to you PETROF’s masterpiece, the flagship of the PETROF brand – the Mistral concert grand. Measuring 2,840 mm (9’2″) in length it is our largest piano, and is beloved of musicians the world over chiefly for its tremendous bass and resonant treble. Artists find in it a trusty companion when performing the most demanding works; it also has a highly presentable appearance and possesses the soft, romantic tone so characteristic of all PETROF grand pianos.

Technical Specifications

Length (mm)   2840
Width (mm)1580
Height (mm)1025
Weight (kg)576
Sound board materialResonance spruce wood
Active area (m²)2,029
Ribs (number, shape)16, asymetric
Soundboard constructiondiaphragmatic tapered by CNC shaper   9,5 – 7,5mm
Cast iron plateWet sand casting
Surfacing of iron platelight gold metallic paint, diamond effect
Pin block – materialMultiplex beech plywood, density 800 – 850 kg/m3
Inner rim material12 laminas – beech, birch 
Inner rim thickness50 mm
Wooden frame posts5 longitudinal + 2 cross
Descant post materialspruce
Cut off bar (corner cross rib)round shaped, multiple birch or beech
Outer rim – materialbirch plywood sandwich, inner veneer  Ebony Makassar
Bridge – treblesolid maple wood
Bridge – basssolid maple wood
Bridge pinssteel – ground tips
Agraffes material – numberbrass, 1-53
Duplexes – frontd2 – c5
Duplexes – rearais – c5
Strings – materialsteel wire Röslau Germany, copper winding Degen Germany
Hitching of plain stringssingle
Dampers – number1 – 69
Actionstandard –  RENNER ORIGINAL
Hammer headsRENNER original
KeyboardTangential sawn spruce wood, individually balanced with lead
Black keysEbony wood
Pedalsleft – Unacorda (Piano) pedal, middle –  Sostenuto (Prolongement) pedal, right – Sustein pedal
Legs and castorsthick legs, big braked castors 
PETROF sign on right side wallPETROF
Felts colourred + black
Hydraulic slow close fallboard mech.yes

Noisy Pianos

Does your piano make too much noise all the time and you feel like the pianists are constantly playing too loud or pounding on the keys?

You’re not alone.

Many people think that’s simply how the piano is supposed to sound because that’s what their experience has been. It drives students to quit while their parents are relieved that their ears won’t be assaulted anymore.

Sometimes the best solution is a new piano but often a concert level service restores the control your music demands – giving you dynamics, articulation, and agility.

Concert service for grand pianos

Concert service for upright pianos

Hailun HU-121

HU-121

The Hailun HU-121 is the unrivaled 48 Hailun professional upright piano. It stands out for its clear, colorful tone, with seamless transitions of sound in all registers of the piano. The powerful and well-balanced sound offers the best instrument playing experience for beginners as well as advanced students. Its lines are elegant by design. The HU-121 beautifies any home surroundings while its sturdy construction makes it the perfect mid-size institutional or studio instrument. Finishes: Ebony Polish, Mahogany Polish, Walnut Polish, and White Polish (Regularly in bronze hardware).

Download Specifications

  • Entry Level piano, perfect for someone unsure of their musical interest

Easy Piano Service Scheduling

Taking proper care of your piano has never been easier:

  • Schedule a time that fits your schedule
  • We’ll send a reminder the day before so you know what to expect
  • Our technician dedicates 2 hours to improving your piano

If the piano is easier to play and makes a more beautiful sound then it’s more likely to be played. C.J.’s Pianos wants to help you enjoy your piano more and have better success with practice and learning, that’s why we make your piano sound better.

When your service technician arrives they will assess your piano’s current condition and decide a course of action for the next two hours. All these appointments have included tuning. Many recent service appointments have included fixing sticking keys, replacing broken strings, cleaning, regulating, voicing, string seating, and other minor tweaks to improve the instrument.

The important part is that you don’t have to worry about a thing! Our service professionals are dedicated to helping you get more from your piano and will do all they can in the 2-hour appointment to help maximize your benefits.

With more than 12,000 parts and many more moving parts than your car, some of the services that can get over-looked are regulation, voicing, and cleaning. These are often seen as “extra” things to be done, if your car needed new brakes, tires, or a headlight, you know it needs to be done. The difference is that your car is made of metals and other durable materials, maintained meticulously, and likely replaced in 5-10 years whereas the family piano is made mostly of wood and wool with many expecting it to last 50-100+ years on minimal upkeep.