Collection: Pearl River Pianos

Established in 1956 in Guangzhou, China, Pearl River Piano Group has grown into the world's largest piano manufacturer. The company produces over 150,000 pianos annually, leveraging a combination of traditional craftsmanship and advanced CNC digital technologies. This extensive facility allows Pearl River to ensure consistent quality across their diverse product lines.

Initially focused on meeting the domestic demand for high-quality, affordable pianos, Pearl River quickly expanded its reach globally. The company now exports to over 112 countries and has established a strong presence in both European and American markets. To cater to different market segments, Pearl River acquired and revived the historic German piano brands Ritmüller and Kayserburg, integrating European craftsmanship with their advanced production techniques​.

Pearl River pianos are known for their high-quality materials and construction techniques. They use seasoned hardwoods like beech and maple for the inner rims and vertically laminated beech bridges, which enhance the instrument's strength and tonal quality. Their soundboards, crafted from close-grained spruce, contribute to a rich and resonant sound. The use of wet sand cast plates, made from high-quality pig iron, provides durability and reduces undesirable harmonic feedback. One of the unique features of Pearl River pianos is the PR 2.0 Technology Hammer, designed to enhance tonal depth and resonance. 

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