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Mid Range Upright Pianos

Upright Pianos

We have sorted our upright pianos into categories to help you understand the difference and make an informed decision about which piano is best suited to your needs.  This list does not necessarily mean that only the pianos in this category are suited to this level.  For more information or advice as to which upright piano to choose, give us a call on 01932 866577.

Upright piano delivery is free to ground floor locations within a 30 mile radius of either shop.  If you live outside this area or have steps/stairs please call 01932 866577 and we can let you know whether there are any additional charges or not.

If you've done a few grades and are looking for a better quality upright piano than a beginner upright then our selection of upright pianos for accomplished pianists are a good place to start.  These pianos are generally taller meaning they have longer strings and bigger soundboards.  This means for a fuller, richer tone.  A common mistake here is thinking the piano is louder -  what a longer strings means is the sound is clearer, especially at lower volumes.