For this model, FEURICH came up with a new concept for the action design––©FEURICH – High Speed KAMM Action. This innovation allows for an extremely fast repetition which is normally something pianists can only experience on the best concert grand pianos. Thanks to this new action, the Vienna Piano has a lighter touch and a more precise response than any other upright piano on the market.
An explosion of innovations
The FEURICH 123 – Vienna is one of the first pianos in serial production to employ a totally lead-free keyboard design. The result is a more stable, and longer-lasting action and keyboard. Another forward-thinking innovation is the use of an environmentally-friendly lacquer for the casing of the Model 123 – Vienna.
Thanks to the entirely new and robust design of the pedal system, many more nuances are available to the pianist when pedalling. Undesirable noise from the pedal system is also now a thing of the past.
A casing with finesse
The newly-designed iron frame for the frame and casing allows the entire casing of the piano, including the side panels, to be easily removed or replaced. It is even possible to play the instrument with no casing whatsoever.
For the first time in history, a serially-produced piano can be played with no casing––perfect for recording, concerts, and difficult transport situations.
On regular upright pianos, the front panel absorbs much of the sound produced. On the Vienna Piano, FEURICH has introduced an opening panel on the front of the piano, which allows direct transmission of the sound from the soundboard, and results in a fuller sound as well as an interesting view of the inner workings of the piano.