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Hohner - Pianet-N - 1970's

Hohner - Pianet-N - 1970's

  • 45000


The Pianet is a type of electro-mechanical piano built by the Hohner company of TrossingenWest Germany, from the early 1960s to the early 1980s. 

This variant can be seen on the cover of a Hohner demonstration record for the Pianet. It has an upper case profile with a taper towards the front. It has a gold hammertone painted aluminium fascia panel below the keys with a lock fitted centrally. The keys are injection moulded plastic. It stands on two shaped panel legs joined by a modesty panel. There is a piano-like volume pedal fixed on a timber extension from the modesty panel. The optional amplifier unit available for the N model is mounted underneath the keyboard between the legs. Vibrato effect is standard.

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