Introducing the 125T compact concert piano stool
The CGM piano stool is one of our most popular concert stools, the buttoned seat and streamlined design suggest a more expensive stool but this model is incredibly good value.
The stool has strong and sturdy tapered legs which are made from solid beech. They are then bolted securely to a wooden bracket which is dovetail jointed to each corner of the underside of the stool seat. The adjustable mechanism is smooth and durable and adjusts the overall height of the stool from 49cm to 61cm.
It is the seat though which finishes this stool off so nicely. Don't be put of by the term 'Simulated Leather' as the seat covering is smooth, hard wearing and traditionally buttoned. It looks wonderful and is thick enough to be very comforable indeed.
The finished stool is highly polished in the classic piano back finish and will perfectly compliment any acoustic upright or grand piano.
Please note, the stool will be delivered 'flat packed' and requires self assembly.
The finest piano stools
Founded in 1979 by Giuseppe Corengia, CGM has been producing quality music furniture for over 30 years at their state of the art factory in Comense. Constant innovation and ongoing investment in new materials, processes and technology has made CGM stools a byword for quality and durability the world over.
Style and attention to detail
CGM’s stylish concert piano stools are designed for optimum comfort and to compliment your instrument perfectly. The black gloss finish is applied by robot to ensure a perfect finish every time, while the final buffing is carried out by hand by experienced master craftsmen.
Ethics and sustainability
CGM uses only PEFC certified woods, a guarantee to the consumer that the wood used in CGM piano stools is ethically sourced and comes only from forests which are sustainably managed. This certification also guarantees that the production of timber is beneficial to the local communities both socially and economically. The seat top is simulated leather with a foam inner padding, all meeting the required flame retardant standards.