Bernstein Baby 150C

Pre-Loved, Best Selling Model

$11,950.00 $9,950.00

Pre-Loved, Best Selling Model

At last! A baby grand piano that performs! You can read more about this story below. 

The Bernstein 150c was a revolutionary baby grand piano, and one of the best-selling baby grands of the 1990's and 2000's. When advertised, the tag line read "At last! A baby grand piano that performs!" You can read more about this story below. 
From the moment you sit at the Bernstein 150c, you can feel the quality and stability in build. Each note plays as it should; with a good range of nuances from soft to loud. Thanks to the exclusive Klaus Fenner design, this compact piano gives uncommon volume and tonal performance. But the most enjoyable feature is the beautifully full, rich tone, which the pianist will treasure for many years to come. 
The Bernstein 150c was crafted in the renowned "Samick" factory in South Korea; one of the world's largest piano builders. The quality from this factory is well respected and evident in the tuning stability and excellent mechanical condition of this pre-loved grand piano.
This instrument features the acclaimed "Klaus Fenner" design; encapsulating three layers of soundboard to give fuller sound and longer length of tonal decay. Play it and discover a superb range of tonal characteristics for its size; ranging from warm to bright tones. The action mechanism delivers excellent response and a fine balance in comfort. 
This instrument has been tuned and serviced and is in excellent condition. It is outstanding value for the discerning buyer. This is a great opportunity to own a pre-loved grand piano in excellent condition. 
Recently traded-in, the Bernstein150c has been service to ensure a long lifespan. Bernies Music Land has lovingly prepared this instrument and it is ready to be enjoyed in its new home. 


Special Offer:
The special sale price of $9950 includes:
* Bernstein 150C grand piano, list price on display is $11950
* Matching deluxe seat
* Warranty and local service support from Bernies Music Land. 
Purchase now as this top quality instrument will sell quickly!


Bernstein 150C features:
- Performance and design benefits of acclaimed designer Mr Klaus Fenner 
- Rich, full tone throughout all playing registers, with beautiful clarity
- A strong bass 
- Solid brass pedals and castor wheels 
- Made in South Korea
- Serial number: KJJFG0093
- Dimensions: 150cm deep, 148cm wide, 106cm tall (lid closed)
- List price $11,950


Now On Display: This instrument is now on display at Bernies Music Land, 381 Canterbury Road, Ringwood (open 6 days, Monday to Saturday). We welcome your visit to test this instrument. 
For a special package tailored to your needs, please phone us on (03) 9872 5122.
Would you like to know more?


The Bernstein Advantage
The name Bernstein has a heritage in the piano world which stretches well before World War I. However World War II saw the decimation of piano manufacturing in Europe as factories were destroyed or taken over to build arms. 
After the War, England and America led the way in piano re-establishment. The reorganisation of Japan by the Americans led to music taking on a Western flavour, with a heavy concentration on piano. In the late 1950's, South Korea turned their production strength to popular instrument. 
Unlike the Japanese, who endeavoured to manufacturer much of the piano themselves, the Koreans worked with the English and West German manufacturers for the supply of major piano parts. In 1961, the name Bernstein was re-ignited and linked this new breed of pianos with it's historical past.
For over 25 years, Bernstein was manufactured by the Samick Company, recognised as a master in the art of piano production. This factory received the "Grand Prix Award for Quality" in 1983 at the International Piano Competition in Spain, amongst other accolades.
The Samick Company had a formula which was unique in this period of piano manufacturing. They commissioned the world's most respected piano designer, Mr. Klaus Fenner of West Germany, to design a new range of pianos. Mr. Fenner's design, combined with the sourcing the world's finest components, allowed Samick to produce a range of pianos which received outstanding acclaim internationally. The factory increased production to in excess of 120,000 pianos per year, making them the largest manufacturer in the world.
In benchmark French testing in 1987, the Fenner-designed Samick pianos took out top awards. Two models were submitted for testing and both were in the top four overall, with both scoring the highest category marks for tone, touch and keyboard. These are the most important elements of piano performance.
Of the three largest manufacturers of this period, the manufacturer of Bernstein was the only one using "Roslau" strings from West Germany, and a pinblock made by the German "Delignit" company. But it was the unique soundboard which set these pianos apart. Mr. Fenner revolutionised the manufacture of piano soundboards when he discovered that layering and laminating omni-directional spruce, then crowning it with pressure points, achieved a new level of tonal production, volume potential and tonal clarity. Each of the Bernstein pianos of this model range featured this design.
Today Bernstein Australia has partnered with the Hailun Piano Company; a powerhouse in the production of innovative, multi award-winning pianos. Bernstein offers pianists the choice to own the finest piano money can buy, at a family price.Over 10,000 Australian owners cannot be wrong! 
Bernies is a family business and has been serving the music industry in Melbourne for over 42 years. We welcome you to contact us for any questions by phoning (03) 9872 5122 or visiting the showrooms at 381 Canterbury Road, Ringwood.
Trade-Ins: Do you have an older instrument to trade in or take away? We are happy to consider any trade-in, so please phone our team on (03) 9872 5122.

Delivery: Delivery is available Australia wide with our extensive network of specialist piano carriers. Local delivery starts from $220. Please phone us for a special delivery quotation on (03) 9872 5122. 

After Sales Support: Bernies Music Land offers you our famous after sales service, with a team of on-staff technicians to provide you with prompt, excellent service. Each of our second hand instruments comes with a warranty and even after the warranty term has been served, we will still provide you with our exceptional service and give you a fair quote for the relevant fees. 

Payment: At this price, we welcome payment by bank transfer, Visa or Mastercard. Please note that credit cards may attract surcharges. 
Christmas layby is now available!Payment terms are available so please phone us on (03) 9872 5122 or visit the store today.
Warranty: Each second hand instrument from Bernies has been service checked and carefully prepared to give you a long life of enjoyment. They come with a warranty and our renowned service support during and after your warranty. All products come with a guarantee, unless it is a clearance item and clearly stated. The guarantee period ranges from 3 months to 10 years depending on the product. Please phone us on (03) 9872 5122 to know about the warranty details for the product.
Tuning: With over 8,800 moving parts, your piano is a complex and intricate machine. It is not just tuning that will ensure the continued playing level of your instrument. Piano manufacturers recommend that major service is conducted every 3 to 5 years in a domestic environment and every 1 to 2 years in a professional or teaching environment. A talented tuner is a wonderful asset for the playing life of your piano, and to protect your warranty, so please contact us on 9872 5122 to assist with a recommendation. To look after your piano, it is recommended that it be tuned twice yearly or at least once yearly, in your home by a qualified tuner. If the piano is being used for professional or education use, your tuner will be happy to advise you on maintenance, servicing and also on multiple tunings for highly frequent use. Advising your tuner thoroughly of any concerns means attending to items as they occur, thus ensuring your piano plays beautifully.

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