Piano Brands?

Piano Brands?

Piano Brands?    20:21 on Sunday, November 19, 2006          

(43 points)
Posted by ha-nul

I'm looking for a new/used piano to buy, and I was wondering what good quality brands there are. What is the price range for a good-quality upright piano?

Also, has anyone heard of a brand named Kimball? I tried Googling Kimball, and I found out that it isn't manufactured anymore. Is Kimball a good brand?

Thanks for reading!

Re: Piano Brands?    04:43 on Monday, November 20, 2006          

(24 points)
Posted by vanessa6

ermm...d only kimball i noe is kimball tomato sauce...a good upright piano like yamaha will cost around 8,000-10,000 depending on the model..tat is if it's new..2nd hands will b cheaper of cuz..d older the cheaper..but u can opt for slightly cheaper brands tat are not bad in quality n sound too. i kinda like challen and petrof. i dun like kawai though. hope tat helped. gud luck!

Re: Piano Brands?    18:23 on Monday, November 20, 2006          

(8 points)
Posted by thug_sweetie77

a 88 (key) digital piano with real piano keys works the same and is cheaper with more features. Check out Yamaha for those, i have one but im over my nanas so i dont know the model

Re: Piano Brands?    22:48 on Monday, November 20, 2006          

(56 points)
Posted by agent3x

Kawai also has some great digital pianos for about 4k (varying from model to model, of course).

Re: Piano Brands?    22:14 on Sunday, December 3, 2006          

(2 points)
Posted by preciousboa

Yamaha is quite a good choice, but i personally feel that pianos made in Germany would be better. Try Bechstein or Ronisch. But try not to choice pianos made in China.

Re: Piano Brands?    20:29 on Friday, December 8, 2006          

(24 points)
Posted by jiting

Kawai is good enough...and I dont think piano made in China has the quality to compete yet.

Why not try out England's piano? sounds nice too...but mostly Kawai and Yamaha are heavily favored...

Maybe you should go to the shops and take a look?

Re: Piano Brands?    15:51 on Sunday, November 4, 2007          

(426 points)
Posted by MusicRawks

I have a SHONINGER, but I don't think they are made anymore.
But my upright is WONDERFUL!

Re: Piano Brands?    16:14 on Sunday, November 4, 2007          

(464 points)
Posted by Snorkel

Steinway and Sons = great pianos.

good luck on your search.


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