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Upright Pianos

Upright pianos, also called vertical pianos, are more compact due to the vertical structure of the frame and strings. Upright pianos take less space than a grand piano, and as such they are a better size for use in private homes. The hammers move horizontally, and return to their resting position via springs, which are susceptible to degradation.

Upright pianos are generally less expensive than grand pianos. Upright pianos are widely used in churches, community centers, schools, music conservatories and university music programs as rehearsal and practice instruments.

Studio pianos are around 107 to 114 cm (42–45 in) tall. Anything taller than a studio piano is called an upright. (Technically, any piano with a vertically-oriented soundboard could be called an upright, but that word is often reserved for the full-size models.)

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Hardman R110SEP 43" Studio Upright Piano w/Bench
Regular Price: $4,895.00
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