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Haessler Pianos

It is a rare thing when a manufacturer possesses the skill to render two completely different voices with virtuosity. This is what Blüthner has achieved in creating the Haessler piano. In 1853, Julius Blüthner established the identity of his instrument utilizing classical methods of piano building, obtaining the unparalleled height of piano performance in the Blüthner instrument. Abroad, the high demand for German craftsmanship dictated that a modern, more expedient process be developed. In a tribute to Rudolf Blüthner-Haessler, one of the great visionaries of the Blüthner family, we are produ to offer the distinct voice of the Haessler piano.


Haessler Upright Pianos

Haessler H115

H115

A high performance 45″ upright piano with smooth and rich tones, with a lavish German sound.



Haessler H118

H118

A good height at 47″, the H118 is one of the best studio size upright that one could ever dreamt of.



Haessler H124

H124

Slightly higher than H118, this piano provides a slight edge to small piano for a better sound but does not occupy as much space as a tall upright.



Haessler H132

H132

A full size upright, the 52″ H132 demonstrates what a best German upright could be.



Haessler Grand Pianos

Haessler H175

H175

A 5’8″ baby-grand piano with surprising volume and a rich tonal character that sets it apart from its competitors.



Haessler H186

H186

A 6’1″ grand suitable for any home or studio with the famous Haessler flavour and richness.



Haessler H210

WKG64

A full size grand piano at 6’4″ in length that performs well in any home, school or studio setting. This is a player’s piano and will certainly impress all who play. Comparable to the Yamaha C3 or Kawai RX3.