THE PIANIST LUKÁŠ HRUBEŠ ON THE P 125 F UPRIGHT.
"Usually, when a pianist comes across an upright, he sees it as a temporary instrument for practising before playing a grand, or as a convenient option for spaces where a classical grand won’t fit. Yet I would say that this P 125 F, which I’ve had the chance to try out for myself, effectively eliminates any difference the pianist may perceive between playing a grand piano, and playing an ordinary upright merely for practice purposes. Its action really makes you feel as if you were playing a grand, without in any way losing its typical, high-quality PETROF sound. Now of course one can’t contend that an upright should replace a grand on the concert platform, but even so I’m sure that this instrument would work perfectly on stages where a grand wouldn’t fit, or as a professional concert instrument for pianists to get ready in the vestibule, or else as a musical instrument for teaching piano-playing in smaller spaces.“