Grand Pianos

Grand pianos are exactly what their name sounds like, they are large ornate pianos that are often used for classical concerts. Strings for this kind of piano are horizontally set and produce vibrant sound. The vibrant sound is what makes these lovely instruments so perfect for classical music where the sound of the instruments is what really matters.

Want to know the benefits of a grand piano? Here are some of them. With the bigger size and fine workmanship that goes into these pianos, they have a much better sound quality than upright pianos. They are also very sensitive instrument and allows you to play very exact tunes. Not only this but the pianos are quite beautiful.

In almost all cases grand pianos are considered to be the top of the line option for those looking to have a fine instrument that delivers consistent sound with vibrant life. Because of the size, not many people can fit such a piano in their homes. They appear often in ballrooms or concert halls. With the benefits of such a piano and all of the hard work that goes into making one, they are expensive. The cost is well worth it to get an instrument you can rely on.

Baldwin SD10

Baldwin SF10

Bechstein D282

Bechstein L167

Bluthner PH Grand Piano

Bl├╝thner Model One

Bosendorfer Concert Grand 290 Imperial

Bosendorfer Grand Piano 155

Boston GP 215 Performance Edition II

Boston GP 156 Performance Edition II

Essex EGP-173C Classic Grand

Essex EGP-155C Classic Grand

Kawai SK EX

Kawai GX-7

Pearl River GP275

Pearl River GP150

Petrof P 210 Pasat

Petrof P 284 mistral

Samick SIG 50

Samick SIG 61

Schimmel K175

Schimmel K280

Steinway Model A

Steinway Model S

Steinway Model M

Steinway Model B

Steinway Model O

Weber W150

Weber AW-185

Yamaha C3

Yamaha C7

Yamaha C3x

Yamaha GC1