Heintzman are an iconic Canadian Company, like Hudson Bay, Eatons and Canadian Tire and were probably one of the most recognizable Canadian brands before the First World War. With their ownership still in Canada, the piano's structure and scale designs are very similar to the original Heintzman pianos, even though they are no longer made in Canada. Today’s Heintzman pianos are highly regarded by our piano technicians and sales staff. Come visit our dedicated Heintzman showroom and see why.
Five upright pianos combine beautiful satin and polished finishes and are available in a variety of furniture styles. Heintzman makes one of the largest upright pianos available today, standing at 140 cm or 55 inches in height. The premium technical components found in the Heinztman uprights include Canadian spruce soundboards, Mapes bass strings, and Renner hammers. A great feature not often found on new pianos is a bass sustain which enables a player to incorporate sostenuto as required.
Heintzman grand pianos use the best Canadian soundboards, while the critical bass strings are made by renowned American string maker Mapes, and the hammers are German Renner, the same that are found in the top German pianos.
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