German design, German (Roslau) strings, a traditional European tone, 121 cms high, and presented in high gloss mahogany polish. A popular mid-size piano, a tone,resonance and volume which belies it's modest size. Beginner or serious student, this piano will deliver all you expect, and more. Soft-close fallboard, a delight to play, and immaculate presentation.
Suitable for every player.This intermediate professional upright is an excellent choice for both home and those who take high level piano examinations. A solid premium spruce soundboard guarantees exceptional sound quality and durability to last a lifetime. With German Roslau(TM) strings 100% German premium wool for its hammers and felt and sand casting iron plate you know you are getting the very best. The KC121 produces a deep rich powerful and beautiful sound. A sound that resonates through to your heart and soul.
Charles Kohler and John Calvin Campbell joined forces in New York in 1896 to create the Kohler & Campbell Industries, Inc. Campbell was a machinist who invented several wood and iron making machines and later took up piano making. He partnered with Charles Kohler for only 18 years, until the time of his unexpected death in 1908. John Campbell has been credited with pioneering many manufacturing techniques that instantly created more value for the dollar in Kohler & Campbell pianos.This was and is the cornerstone of Kohler & Campbell pianos…the best value for the dollar.
At the age of 20, Charles Kohler embarked on a piano-making career. Considered a genius as a factory organizer and businessman, he was the perfect complement to Campbell. Together they built one of America’s largest piano companies. As a testament to the quality, it is said that some of their largest customers were piano manufacturers of note that carried Kohler & Campbell pianos in their retail establishments. Today, the tradition continues and Kohler & Campbell pianos are sold in many of America’s finest retail establishments.