Grand Versus Upright Grand pianos and upright pianos are the two basic styles of pianos available to consumers. Both come in different sizes, which affects the instrument’s sound. The larger a piano, the longer its strings and the larger its area of soundboard. Whereas a grand piano increases in length, upright pianos (also called vertical pianos) increase … Continued
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Every day, customers approach me with numerous questions related to new and used pianos, as I am sure the same happens with other piano dealers. Here are five frequently asked questions in relation to pianos.
Grand pianos for sale are always a steal because of its many amazing features. As an experienced pianist, I played various types of pianos produced by different companies, and I find that grand pianos are outstanding, especially because of their sonorous and rich sounds, as well as their brilliant aesthetics. Below is a list of … Continued
One of the most coveted and sought after brands when it comes to having the best quality in pianos is, of course, the Baldwin line of pianos. Unfortunately, not a lot of people are willing to pay the full price of most Baldwin pianos, especially when they’re normally many thousands of dollars. However, when someone … Continued
I have been passionate about pianos for many, many years. As an experienced piano dealer and a pianist, I have seen multiple times how purchasing a quality piano for sale can be an overwhelming and exigent task for scores of people. I can empathize as to how difficult it can be at times, so I … Continued
Baby grand piano Atlanta has to offer is smaller than grand pianos. Even though it is a small piano, it is able to emit resonant and full sound. For that reason alone, numerous pianists all over the world love the baby grand piano. A baby grand is perfect for people who are looking for similar … Continued
When I suggest that one should consider buying a piano at a Piano Sale, the reaction is usually the same – a slight shade of shock overshadows his or her face. There is nothing wrong in purchasing a piano from a sale, given that almost all piano stores conduct a sale every six months or … Continued