Buyer’s Guide

Looking to buy a new piano? Search through over a hundred pianos from all the top makers, including Yamaha, SteinwayCasio, Roland, Kawai, Korg - just to name a few

The CD-130BK is Casio’s entry-level compact digital piano, offering unparalleled appeal to the aspiring pianist. ...

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Equally at home with classical or jazz music at the highest level, in institutions, studios or on stage, the ...

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The B-192 features the latest Steingraeber design and is closely modelled on their C-212 grand. It is therefore ...

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The new Steinway & Sons Spirio is the world’s finest high resolution player piano. A masterpiece of artistry and ...

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Over the years, many famous designers have created pianos for Bösendorfer. Many unique grands have been designed, ...

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At a majestic 8’ 11-3/4’’ (274 cm), the Model D is the overwhelming choice of the world’s greatest concert artists ...

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Beyond the realm of supercars lies the hyper-car and ‘hyper-piano’ is probably the best way to describe the ...

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The K-15E is a 110cm upright piano in a compact modern case that will fit most homes. It is a perfect upgrade from ...

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With a proud tradition in piano manufacturing, Kemble pianos have been a familiar musical friend in Britain’s ...

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The K-300 is a 122cm traditional upright, with subtle contemporary design touches, and is one of Kawai’s ...

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The W114T is the first model in the Wilhelm-Schimmel range of upright pianos. Made in Schimmel’s own factory in ...

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The K-500 is 130cm tall and the smallest upright that Kawai makes in Hamamatsu, Japan. It benefits from Kawai’s ...

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