WHICH PIANO IS GOOD FOR ME?
Just in case you don’t know which piano you need to be taking home at this time, we are going to give you expert advice in a very simplified form, taking you step by step. At the end we guarantee that you will know exactly what is more appropriate for your circumstances!
The best piano for you depends on what your intended end use is. Which of the following categories best applies to your circumstances?
- PIANO FOR HOME:
If you are buying a piano for your home (for use at home by parents, children, visitors, for Music lessons, beauty and complementing furniture and adding value and class to your living room and home in general), the best option is a full size stand-alone piano
The benefits being that that they are Furniture like, stand alone and look very attractive
They not only compliment your furniture and add incredible beauty and value to your home but also for a long time they have been the epitome of beauty and Class.
Being full size also means you won’t need to buy again and they are durable and last a very long time. If you have children doing music lessons, they can be used for practice purposes as well.
These come in 3 types depending on your taste, space and budget:
Grand pianos are the usually 3 legged and D shaped pianos a with cover on top, they are top of the range and produce superior wholesome sound compared to all the others. They don’t need electricity to work. They are usually more expensive and use more space and require periodic tuning and maintenance. They are incredibly glorious and are the epitome of elegance!
Baby Grands are a smaller version of grand pianos
Upright acoustic pianos come in next. They are great for home, they cost less than Grands and have excellent sound and look very beautiful in the living room. They don’t need electricity to work, only periodic tuning. At piano Registry Uganda, we testify that this is the most commonly bought non-electric piano.
Digital Upright Pianos: They look much like the Acoustic upright pianos described above in shape, except that they are usually less bulky so take less volume and use electricity. Modern digital pianos have spectacular designs and phenomenal outputs that make them perfect substitutes for acoustic pianos where less bulk is required. The fact that they cost much less and give more options and bigger interaction interface to users
While presenting almost the same results as their non-electric counterparts explains why they have become an a revolutionary phenomenon!
Undoubtedly, these are the most bought pianos in the world. Age old Piano makers like Yamaha and Kawai have come out very innovatively on the digital piano making absolutely impressive