Classenti AG1 Baby Grand Piano (146cm, 4 feet 9.5 inches — 4' 9.5")
Colour: Polished Ebony | Item Code: AG1
Includes FREE 15 Year Home Warranty
All parts and labour covered.
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Availability: Delivery 4-7 days, You choose the day.
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Availability: In Stock, Delivery 4-7 days, You choose the day. We also deliver weekends.
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UK and Europe delivery (We deliver anywhere in the UK and Europe)
FREE 15 year UK Home warranty (15 years UK Pianos, backed up by 15 years Classenti warranty)
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"Thanks for the seamless and speedy delivery of the Classenti Baby Grand
Claire Kettingam, Twickenham, Middx., UK
"A big piano in a little body… the Classenti AG1 baby grand looks and sounds beautiful. What's more, it's one of the smallest grand pianos you can get, and will fit nicely in your home without taking up much space", Graham Howard – Piano Advisor.
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Baby Grand Digital Pianos
This piano is also available with a SILENT system: The silent system allows you to play with headphones, and select different sounds. Price for the AG1 with silent system included is £8,495.
The Classenti AG1 baby grand will take you up to grade 8 and beyond…
- Colours: Polished Ebony, Polished White or Polished Mahogany
- 15 Year Warranty, read more
- 88 keys
- 3 Wheels (easy to move the piano around)
- 3 Pedals (sustain, soft, practice)
- Extra long music rest
- Slow closing safety lid (prevents little fingers from getting caught)
- Lock and key (you can lock the lid down)
- Tuned before delivery
- Suitable to grade 8 standard
- German Hammer Felt
- Imitation ivory key tops
- Sythnetic black key tops
Length 146cm (57.5 inches; 4 feet 9.5 inches)
Width 150cm (59.1 inches)
Height 102.5cm (40.4 inches)
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Slow Closing Safety Lid
This feature is much needed for parents with young children. Because the lid closes slowly on a hydraulic mechanism, there's no chance little fingers can get hurt.
Superior, ultra flexible spruce from the Tibet mountains
Maple Wood Bridges
Bridges, which are glued to the soundboard, are under extreme downward pressure from the tension of the strings. The down pressure on the bridges can be as much as the weight of a double decker bus! This is why they have to be strong. Classenti use solid, high quality maple wood bridges from Europe. Nothing but the best!
German Roslau strings, made in Germany. German Roslau Strings have been made in Germany since 1882. They are recognised throughout the world to be the finest available. Roslau strings provide superior tuning stability and a clear, vibrant sound.
Classenti pianos are fitted with agraffes throughout. Agraffes help your piano stay in tune for longer. They also ensure the string stays in a straight line from tuning pin to bridge pin.
Laminated wood pin block. The pin block holds the tuning pins, and the tuning pins hold the tension of the strings. The pin block is crucial to keeping your piano in tune. By using several laminations (layers) of wood, the tuning pins can be gripped much tighter. The result is a piano that lasts for many years longer.
Renner are the world's leading manufacturer of piano actions (mechanisms). Classenti use Renner Technology from Germany in all their piano actions.
3 Silver Pedals: Sustain (right pedal), Practice (middle), Soft (right)
Sustain pedal: This is the pedal on the right. It is sometimes referred to as a ‘damper pedal’. This pedal allows you to sustain (hold) any note, or notes, without having to hold the key down.
Practice pedal: This is the pedal in the middle. If you want to play late at night, or you simply don't want your neighbours to hear you, then the practice pedal will be really useful for you. This is how it works: when you press down the middle pedal, a strip of felt inside the piano raises up and sits in between the hammers and the strings. The hammers then hit the felt instead of the strings. This results in a quite, muffled sound.
Soft pedal: This is the pedal on the left. Pressing this down makes the sound a lot quieter. It’s very useful when you want to play something very delicate (pp or ppp in musical terms).
The Classenti AG1 has three silver wheels which make it much easier to move your piano around. The Wheels are strong, and very well made. It's easy to move around – even on your own – due to its good quality, smooth running wheels.
Hinges, Screws, Lock Rail
Silver hardware throughout.
We deliver anywhere in UK and Europe. If delivery is upstairs or downstairs then please call us on 020 8367 2080 for a quote.
The piano comes as you see it in the photo. Just ask the piano movers where you want it in your home.
See it in our showroom…
The Classenti AG1 baby grand pianos is on display in our North London piano store
Plenty of parking (8 spaces on our forecourt)
You get a free 15 year 'at-home' parts and labour warranty. This means we send a qualified technician to your home. There is no cost to you.
Classenti AG1 Reviews
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I happened to see on the ukpianos website the AG1, white with the
How would you compare it to the GR1i? Is it worth more than double the money?
Which function exactly do you get with the silent option with Classenti?
Thanks again for your advice
Reply/ Hi Isabelle
The AG1 is an acoustic grand piano.
It's certainly worth the extra cost because,
being an acoustic instrument, the sound is
natural, rather than electronic.
It does take up more space than the digital
grand though. And it will require tuning twice
But, there is no comparison between a
digital piano and an acoustic.
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