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- The Yamaha U3M Upright Piano
This is a professional piano just as good as a grand piano, but it’s perfect for people who want the sound and professionalism of a grand, but that is smaller and more fit for smaller homes that don’t have a lot of room. Its compact size has no impact on its sound, however. It costs $6,995. It’s 154 centimetres wide, 131 centimetres tall, and 65 centimetres deep.
- The Yamaha U3A Upright Piano
This is another professional piano that embodies everything you’d want in a grand piano but with a smaller size. Professional pianists hold this model in high regard and were made in Japan in 1984 and are located in Auckland. It costs $8,795.
- The Yamaha U30BL 131 cm Upright Piano
Built-in 1988, this piano is very similar to the Yamaha U3. U just means that it’s the top line of Yamaha’s pianos. The B series is made in Indonesia at the bottom, and the P series is in the middle. It costs $10,295.
- Kawai US55 132cm Upright Piano
This piano, built in the year 1985 in Japan, is the tallest piano among exam-grade pianos—one of a few. One of the best features about this piano is that it is very similarly designed to a grand piano on the keyboard—so it’s perfect for anyone who wants to get an upright piano that has a stronger sound and heavier touch, just like a grand. The rich sound here is perfect for all pianists whether they’re beginners or professionals.
- Korg L1 Piano 88-Key Digital Piano
Have you ever wanted a piano but didn’t want to take up all the space, deal with the tuning issues, and how loud it can be? This piano is perfect for you, then, because it has a great sound, but isn’t too loud, is lightweight, and slim so it doesn’t take up too much space. Not to mention it doesn’t need tuning! Only 7 centimetres, this design is simple yet stylish and includes speakers. It’s only 130 centimetres deep, 7 centimetres thick, and yet it still has a complete, full-sized keyboard of 88 keys! On top of that, it has eight different sounds which you can control with a dial, switching between a regular piano, electric piano, organ, strings and more—including an Italian grand piano with an absolutely beautiful tone that has been the star of concerns all around the world.
On top of that, you can add richness and fullness to your sound by adding reverb and chorus effects to it.
With all these features, you might be thinking that it’s heavy, but it isn’t! It’s only 6 kilograms and only adds 200 kilograms more when you install all 6 AA batteries. But you can use it both indoors and outdoors. Plus, all 6 AA batteries give it a whopping eight hours of battery life no matter where you’re at.