Goldfinch, Cambridge, UK-based piano manufacturer is all set to unveil its new grand piano at the upcoming 2016 Palm Beach International Boat Show. Strategic Global Partner of Florida-based Northrop & Johnson, Goldfinch’s latest creation will be at Northrop & Johnson’s display during the show. Christened Goldfinch Sygnet, the world’s smallest grand piano is designed precisely to perfectly fit the dimensions of a superyacht.
Hand built in Cambridge by a team of dedicated artisans, technicians and craftsmen, the Sygnet self-playing acoustic grand piano is just 127 meters wide. The musical instrument is equipped with Goldfinch’s renowned Virtuoso self-playing feature. This means, it can entertain your guests even without a pianist. All you need to do is swipe an app on your smartphone. The Goldfinch Sygnet piano comes with wireless iPod controls, traditional styling and beautiful contemporary curves. Also it features solid spruce German “Strunz” soundboard, “Abel” hammers and state-of-the-art Carbon Fiber action.
With its graceful curves and unparalleled elegance, the Goldfinch Sygnet piano is perfect masterpiece that can enhance the charm of any yacht. Well, for yacht owners who want to add their own style, the British piano company can also customize it to suit their needs and specifications. This exclusive piano for superyachts will be introduced at the 2016 Palm Beach International Boat Show (March 17 – 20). It is expected to come with a hefty price tag of $100,000.
Tomas Norman, Goldfinch director whose family has been handcrafting fine pianos for more than 40 years described about the new piano.
“The Sygnet has been meticulously designed to perfectly fit aboard a superyacht with its graceful curves and unparalleled elegance. At Goldfinch we love nothing more than blurring the lines between timeless tradition and contemporary British art, but it’s not all about good looks – our craftsmanship is combined with cutting edge technology for a seamless finish and ultimate musicality.”