Back before Schiller’s inception in the 1700’s a violinmaker named Stradivarius stunned us with insightful skill and violins of delightful tone and resonance. His techniques are the basis for many famous instrument manufacturers today, and naturally the finest instrument makers are always interested in the essence and characteristics of the maker’s spruce.
Siberian Sitka Spruce is chosen by Schiller – We think it’s the best spruce in the world. The slow growing climate make the wood stable, but the magic is really in how it resonates and that’s what makes it ideal.
With a hardwood walnut inner and outer rim, the resonating Siberian Spruce throws deeply into any room with warmth and clarity up to the highest treble notes. Warmth and Piano Clarity – these are Schiller’s Hallmarks. With the extra soundboard and string length the Johann Gustav Schiller Grand is ideal for the discriminating ear.
For those seeking the Best, look to Schiller.
The most important thing is achieving the optical correlation between the force which depresses the key and the force that returns it to it’s original position. The first determines the “feel” of the piano, while the second determines how soon the key can be played again. For the perfect performance, Schiller uses their Proprietary Friedrich Piano Action ™. The Piano Actions are made and installed by maestros to provide the traditional European sense of touch and feeling for the perfect performance everytime.
- Roslau Strings Germany
- Siberian Sitka Spruce
- Friedrich Piano Action ™
- German Vgf Felt
- BASF Finish
- Walnut Hardwood Inner and Outer Rim