This brand was originally from Berlin in 1908. After a short takeover period by the English Bentley Piano Company from 1984 to 1992, the brand was again taken over by Whelpdale, Maxwell & Codd Ltd. from 1993 to 1998 and finally to be abolished in 2003.
Since that time, G. Steinberg has been built as a separate line at the Perzina factory in Yantai in China.
The parts used are, just like Perzina, from Europe, which means that the brand manifests itself respectably at the top of the beginner class. There are 5 types (heights) pianos built and 4 types (lengths) grand pianos.
G. Steinberg instruments are characterized by their excellent price-quality ratio and beautiful designs. The fine touch and the beautiful warm sounds provide a very pleasant playing experience, with which you can discover the secrets of the rich piano literature in your own way.
- Study pedal
- Solid chrome hinges
- Swiss top quality lacquers
- Solid Maple variety
Other versions: White, high-gloss walnut and mahogany – Cherry, beech, maple and other matt wood available at extra cost.