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A. Geyer

Piano Marketing Group, LLC
3227 Natoma Way
Orlando, Florida 32825
954-559-9553
s.shebeck@yahoo.com
www.schulz-pianos.com

Company Headquarters: Gebr. Schulz
Mühlgasse 11-13, D-65183 Wiesbaden, Germany
Phone: +49-611-992240
js@schulz-pianos.com

Gebr. Schulz, Hangzhou, China

 

The A. Geyer factory was established by the Geyer family in 1877 in Eisenberg, Thuringia, Germany. The brand was well-known in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, during which time Eisenberg was a significant center for piano building in Europe. A. Geyer also produced Fuchs & Mohr, Sassmann, Steinberg, and Weisbrod, and eventually became the Wilh. Steinberg factory which continues to produce pianos today. In 2015, due to close family relations and a shared history, the brand became part of the Gebr. Schulz company.

 

Today, A. Geyer is the entry level brand of Gebr. Schulz, with headquarters in Wiesbaden, Germany. The company is run by Christoph Schulz, a fifth-generation German piano maker, educated by Grotiran and Steinway, Hamburg. For the re-creation of the brand in the USA the Schulz family collaborated with the former owner of Wilh. Steinberg piano factory, Frederik Steffes, and Colin Taylor, the founder of Joseph Brodmann pianos and former Bösendorfer executive. Colin Taylor is in charge of international sales and regularly brings his broad expertise to the company's supply chain. Sadly, Mr. Steffes passed away unexpectedly in 2021, but he remains the Honorary Chairman of the Company and his vision still serves as guidance for the people behind the brand.

 

All A. Geyer pianos are designed in Germany and produced near Hangzhou, in Zhejiang Province, China, a region just outside of Shanghai that has become a center of piano manufacturing. All pianos are built with carefully selected parts subject to strict quality controls by Christoph Schulz, including solid spruce-core veneered soundboards, Japanese Suzuki strings, and British Piano Action hammers developed with the expertise of experienced British piano-makers. The fifth and sixth generation of Gebr. Schulz knows that their knowledge and experience of traditional German methods of piano making, combined with local resources, result in better pianos at a lower cost with the A. Geyer brand.

 

Currently, A.Geyer offers two upright and four grand piano models. All models are available in special edition polished wood finishes (walnut and mahogany) and custom colors (such as pink, strong red and royal blue).

 

Warranty: 10 years, parts and labor, on main structural elements; 5 years, parts and labor, on other manufactured items.

See the Introduction to Brand Profiles, Models, and Prices for an explanation of pricing.

Model & Pricing Guide

Prices do not include bench. Other woods available on request.

A. Geyer Verticals

Model
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
GU 123
48
Ebony Polish
$9,995
$7,940
GU 123
48
Mahogany or Walnut Polish
$10,995
$8,647
GU 123
48
White Polish
$10,495
$8,280
GU 133
52
Ebony Polish
$10,995
$8,570
GU 133
52
Mahogany or Walnut Polish
$11,995
$9,251
GU 133
52
White Polish
$11,495
$8,911

A. Geyer Grands

Model
Feet
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
GG 150
4
9
Ebony Polish
$16,495
$12,373
GG 150
4
9
Mahogany or Walnut Polish
$18,495
$13,501
GG 150
4
9
White Polish
$17,995
$13,420
GG 160
5
3
Ebony Polish
$18,995
$13,839
GG 160
5
3
Mahogany or Walnut Polish
$19,995
$14,377
GG 160
5
3
White Polish
$19,495
$14,120
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