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Schulz, Gebr

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
+49-611-992240
js@schulz-pianos.com

Pianos made by: Gebr. Schulz produced in Chengdu, China; Hangzhou, China, and in Wiesbaden, Germany.

With a 135-year-old tradition of making high-quality pianos, Gebr. Schulz has become one of the largest German-owned piano companies with the combined brands of Gebr. Schulz and A. Geyer. Based in the Rhine Valley region, the family-owned and -operated firm has been in business since 1888. However, the family’s involvement in the piano industry goes back to 1859, when Mr. Helfferich and Heinrich Schulz became co-owners of Grotrian, Helfferich, Schulz, and Th. Steinweg GmbH Pianos. Heinrich Schulz’s son Albert also designed Ibach pianos in the early 20th century. The Schulz family established their own business as Gebr. Schulz - the Schulz brothers - to make and sell pianos from their premises in Wiesbaden. This location, which includes the flagship store as well as the master workshop, is still the headquarters of Gebr. Schulz today. From there the company develops new piano designs and production techniques for the whole world.

 

Today, Gebr. Schulz is run by fifth-generation piano maker Christoph Schulz and his family. In their quest to spread German piano-building expertise to more international consumers, most importantly the U.S., 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. Through this, and the addition of A.GEYER as the entry-level brand of the company, Schulz has become one of the largest German piano companies.

 

Gebr. Schulz upright pianos are designed in their headquarters in Germany and produced in their own production line in China, where Christoph Schulz places specific emphasis on the selection of high-quality materials. Variations in backpost sizes differentiate the G30 from the G20, but both pianos are equipped with soundboards featuring wood from the German Alps.

 

The grand pianos are made in China with carefully selected, internationally sourced parts. Currently, two sizes are available: the G58 is 5’ 2”, and the G86 is 6’ 1”. Both models have Heller bass strings, Paulello wire strings, a Renner action, and Abel Natural Felt hammers. Over the past five years, Christoph Schulz has developed the G70, and newly-designed premium grand in natural wood tones that will become available in small numbers in 2024. 

 

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

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

Model & Pricing Guide

Schulz, Gebr. Verticals

Model
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
G-20
48
Walnut Hand-rubbed Satin
$12,895
$12,500
G-20
48
Ebony Polish
$9,995
$9,590

Schulz, Gebr. Grands

Model
Feet
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
G-288
9
0
Ebony Polish
$49,995
$49,995
G-58
5
5
Ebony Polish
$18,995
$18,995
G-86
6
0
Ebony Polish
$23,995
$23,995
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