If you’re thinking about buying a new piano, make sure you don’t pass up testing out a Young Chang piano. This company has enjoyed a solid history of performance and quality in the industry and has expanded to offer several types of pianos, including grand, upright, and digital pianos. Learn more about Young Chang pianos below.
In 1956, a wealthy Korean family set out to produce world-class pianos that were innovative, reliable, and—above all—great sounding. This approach by Young Chang piano company wasn’t necessarily completely unique, but what made the business stand out was the efficient manner in which they produced instruments and the accessible price they offered for the average aspiring piano-owner at the time. Despite the price however, Young Chang pianos never compromised quality and artisan design.
Among the Leaders in the Piano World
Today, Young Chang has grown into a company with several thousand skilled and devoted employees all around the world. This is in part thanks to the consistent quality of the product coupled with a slew of critical acclaim and industry awards.
Since the company’s founding in 1956, Young Chang pianos have enjoyed several other milestones. Here’s a quick round up:
- 1995—established additional manufacturing facility in China.
- 1996—awarded ISO 9001 certification.
- 2006—became subsidiary of Hyundai Development Group.
- 2006—made multi-million dollar improvements and renovations to its Chinese facility.
- 2007—facilitated a Guinness Book of World Records record at the Fantastic Piano Festival with 555 piano players.
- 2009—teamed up with Delwin Fandrich for redesigned piano line.
- 2010—produced and distributed Fandrich line in North America.
Variety of Pianos
Instruments available from Young Chang go beyond the acoustic piano, too. The company distributes home digital pianos under the trademark name of Kurzweil Music Systems in addition to offering both grand and upright pianos under the Young Chang brand.
Test out Young Chang pianos of various types, colors, and timbres at the Phoenix piano showroom of Arizona Piano. Our selection includes acoustic and digital pianos from this piano maker and other top-notch manufacturers. We also sell used pianos. Give us a call today at (602) 457-3910 for more information.