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All You Have To Know About Pianos. Buying a new piano or upgrading your old piano is definitely a good choice especially if you are musically inclined. It is really interesting to get yourself a new piano since it is used for recreational purposes, however, buying a new one is not that easy considering that the piano is one of the oldest musical instruments that was invented and you surely need to consider a lot of factors before you make your final decision. Buying a new piano will definitely leave you with lots of choices since you can either buy a brand new, a 2nd hand, or you can even buy a digital piano. You will also find it easy to choose a new piano since there are so many brands and choice to choose from. But, be careful… there are also many traps along the way. The piano is also known historically since it is one of the oldest musical instruments in the world for over 300 years and what’s amazing about the piano is that, its very essence still hasn’t changed until now. The cabinets have changed over the years and have improved but the internal workings have not really changed from the first models produced in the 1700’s. In order to produce a musical tone or commonly known as sound, the pianist first play a key then a hammer hits a string causing for a vibration, then the sound is reflected off the soundboard. There are definitely a lot of parts in a piano since it reaches up to 10,000 parts and most of these parts are finely tuned. The ‘action’ is known to be the moving parts within the piano. The ‘action’ can be compared to the engine of a car, however, it serves as an engine to the piano. It is really important that the ‘action’ of the piano must be well maintained and all its problems must be fixed immediately or else, the piano will not function as it should. Because of the expensive price of a piano, it has been considered as one of the hi-end purchase of investments that anyone could make in their life. It is really important to make your decision right in buying a piano, thus, before you get yourself a new piano, it is really important to take some time having research on what type of piano you would like to buy so that you won’t make any regrets. Does size matter?
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The answer to this question is… Yes and No. Size/height of an upright piano does not really matter. If ever your small piano is located in a room with lots of carpets and heavy curtains, then it might lose its volume because the soft furnishings can absorb sounds.How I Became An Expert on Pianos