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NAMM 2012 Highlights

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

NAMM 2012 is almost over.

I spent two days at NAMM in Anaheim.  It is the most exciting and exhilarating trade show that I have ever been a part of.  So here are some of my thoughts.

First Wednesday night Max from started the completion of I spoke with him last at 1:00 a.m. Wednesday night.  Then 6:00 a.m. he was still working. BUT its almost completed.  If you go to you will see the changes, I am VERY EXCITED.

I saw so many friends and people that I have known for many years and made several new friends.  It was very nice to renew old acquaintances.  The piano selection was down this year for various reasons HOWEVER, Brodmann’s latest AS 275 was incredible.  I mean, yes we do business with them but it was unbelievable how nice the piano sounded and the way it felt.

Brodmann AS 275

Brodmann AS 275

I had the opportunity to play on a Sauter Concert Grand too.  As many of you know Sauter is one of my favorites and I was not disappointed  at all. The sound was absolutely incredible and the look and feel of the piano as well as the incredible.

Sauter 275 Concert Grand

Sauter 275 concert Grand

There were some amazing piano teaching programs along with education materials, etc.  There was every music instrument that you could think of  and then some.  As we begin to make our changes and improvements we will be doing some new things.  I cant wait to show you some new things.

I attended the Yamaha Breakfast on Friday morning and was completely blown away by the new product lines they have and some very cool programs for the dealers, sellers and customers at

I will give you more as we move around some.



Sunday, June 28th, 2009

I have been dying to tell you about the new piano but, had to wait until it actually arrived.  It is the Amadeus Sauter.

This is an incredible piano.  The touch, tone, clarity, texture of the tones are absolutely incredible.  I have never experienced a piano like this.

You can read the history of the piano at and see just how all of this came together.  In a nutshell, the scale design dates back to the latter part of the 1700’s when Mozart began working with Nannette Streicher to build a piano for himself.  Beethoven finished the design and it was never put into production.  Several years ago the original plans were discovered and Sauter decided to put it into production and he immediately sold two of the three that were made.  The third one sits in my showroom at in San Diego.

The workmanship and craftsmanship on this instrument is incredible.  You have to come by and see it.

Drop by and say hello sometime, we would love to meet you.


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