Ritmuller

Ritmuller

Ritmuller R8 – 4′ 11″

Conventional Grand Piano

Ritmuller Performance Grand. Available in: Ebony Polish, Mahogany Polish, White Polish.

Created by master piano designer, Lothar Thomma, this classic grand piano with spade legs and full music desk, brings the very latest in music design and technology to a piano that fits easily in residential interiors. Re-engineered with quality components, the range of upgrades includes plate modification to accommodate new scales, new calculated string lengths, slow-fall fallboard and much more. With the same action and sostenuto as a larger grand, this piano delivers comparable feel and performance.

Specifications

Action
Manufactured with traditional European craftsmanship. All wood parts are made from hard maple and precisely produced by advanced CNC digital machinery to ensure responsive, even touch.
Action Rail
Extruded aluminum.
Beams
Oversized domestic walnut for stiffness and strength.
Bridges
Solid maple capped, vertically laminated bridge, promoting an efficient transfer of energy, resulting in purer sound.
Dampers
Premium damper felts made in Europe for professional playabilty
Fallboard
Slow close style.
Hardware
Solid brass.
Hammers
Specially selected hammer felt, with an excellent balance of elasticity and firmness, formed to produce a rich assertive tone.
Key Bed
Butcher-block spruce.
Key Material
Premium Spruce, select straight grain with ebony wood sharps.
Middle Pedal
Full Sostenuto.
Pinblock
19 cross-plied laminations of hard rock maple, cold pressed and age cured to provide tuning pin stability.
Plate
Sand-cast, CNC processed.
Scale
Design by Lothar Thomma with tuned, functional duplex.
Soundboard
All spruce, core assembled with vertical grain spruce, crafted to provide maximum tonal response and structural integrity.
Strings
German Röslau wire, copper wound bass strings.
Tuning Pins
Nickel plated steel, cut-thread.
Warranty
10 year parts and labor.
Length
4 feet 11 inches
Weight
736 pounds (Boxed, including bench)

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